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Articles of interest from the week of May 2, 2022

Security Stuff Happens: What Will the Public Hear When You Say You've Been Breached?

A company's response to a breach is more important than almost anything else. But what constitutes a "good" response following a security incident? (By Tyler Farrar, Dark Reading)

Good End User Passwords Begin With a Well-Enforced
Password Policy

This interview with Help Net Security explains what makes passwords vulnerable and suggests some password best practices and policies organizations should implement to keep their systems secure. (By Mirko Zorz, Help Net Security)

U.S Cybersecurity Agency Lists 2021's Top 15 Most Exploited
Software Vulnerabilities

A "Top Routinely Exploited Vulnerabilities" report released by cybersecurity authorities from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the U.K., and the U.S. reveals the top frequently weaponized software flaws. (By Ravie Lakshmanan, The Hacker News)

Data Security Must Be Prioritized In The Healthcare Industry

With the continued digitization of the healthcare industry, the risk of cyberattacks has increased dramatically as healthcare data breaches hit an all-time high last year. A new report found 45 million individuals were affected by healthcare breaches in 2021 alone, up from 34 million in 2020 and triple the 14 million impacted in 2018. (By Brian Foy, Forbes)

Phishers Taking Advantage of Gmail’s SMTP Relay Service To Impersonate Brands

Since April 2022 phishing emails have been sent to Gmail users from legitimate addresses, making it hard to tell spam from legitimate sources. (By Brian Stone, TechRepublic)