1/4 Security Pros Would Steal Company Data to Help Their Career

A workplace behavior survey done by Gurucul has found that around 1 in 4 security professionals would steal company information, if it would help to further their career. This survey was conducted at this year's Black Hat USA conference. Also unsurprisingly, the department which was found to be at most risk from fraud was the finance department.

You can read more at https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/one-in-four-security-pros-would/

Imperva Cloud WAF Breach

In what is another day, another breach, this time Imperva. Imperva has announced a breach relating to their cloud WAF product (formerly known as Incapsula). They have reset passwords, yet have not given much in terms of details as to what the breach entailed nor how the breach occurred.

The company did create a blog post which can be found at https://www.imperva.com/blog/ceoblog/

You can read more at https://www.scmagazine.com/home/security-news/data-breach/breach-exposes-data-associated-with-customers-of-impervas-cloud-waf-product/

Android Malware

An Adroid PDF maker app has been found to be installing malware on its victims' devices. The app had been downloaded more than 100 million times, thus this is quite a significant issue. This was identified by Kaspersky and comes as another blow after last week's news about a spyware app appearing twice in the Google Play Store.

You can read more at https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/08/28/camscanner_android_malware/