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Burp shows you exactly where the most significant vulnerabilities exist, and you can drill down into individual applications, or even single URLs and parameters, to view vulnerabilities in more detail.

Issues are classified by type and severity, and contain full details of how to remediate each vulnerability.

Issues are also mapped to common vulnerability classification schemes, such as CWE and the OWASP Top Ten, to help you quickly understand the nature of each issue in familiar terminology.

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Stories from the Daily Swig affecting organizations

New SEC guidelines call for clearer breach disclosures

 23 February 2018New SEC guidelines call for clearer breach disclosures Agency also warns company bosses against selling stock following a cybersecurity incident.

Social Security – w/e 23 Feb

  ‘I don’t want to live in a world where younger generations grow up without privacy’  23 February 2018Social Security – w/e 23 Feb ‘I don’t want to live in a world where younger generations grow up without privacy’

Australia’s breach disclosure law now in effect

  The NDB scheme means consumers will no longer be left in the dark – but how will the term ‘serious harm’ be defined?  22 February 2018Australia’s breach disclosure law now in effect The NDB scheme means consumers will no longer be left in the dark – but how will the term ‘serious harm’ be defined?

HardWare Zone forum hacked in Singapore’s biggest-ever data breach

  SPH Magazines apologizes to customers after 685,000 profiles were viewed by hackers.  21 February 2018HardWare Zone forum hacked in Singapore’s biggest-ever data breach SPH Magazines apologizes to customers after 685,000 profiles were viewed by hackers.

California wildlife agency issues breach alert

  Employee data heads into the wild.  19 February 2018California wildlife agency issues breach alert Employee data heads into the wild.

Equifax hack: More consumer data exposed than previously reported

 12 February 2018Equifax hack: More consumer data exposed than previously reported Tax ID numbers, email addresses, and phone numbers added to the hit list.

Hold the phone: Swisscom breach hits 800,000 customers

 08 February 2018Hold the phone: Swisscom breach hits 800,000 customers Incident prompts Swiss telco to reassess its security posture.

Massachusetts gov’t launches online data breach reporting tool

 05 February 2018Massachusetts gov’t launches online data breach reporting tool Web-based service will help reduce potential damage to Bay State residents.