- A Hacker's Playlist
Nine security researchers share their favorite songs and genres.
- Deadly Ransomware Story Continues to Unfold
A ransomware attack with fatal consequences is attracting notice and comment from around the world.
- Deepfake Detection Poses Problematic Technology Race
Experts hold out little hope for a robust technical solution in the long term.
- Mitigating Cyber-Risk While We're (Still) Working from Home
One click is all it takes for confidential information to land in the wrong hands. The good news is that there are plenty of ways to teach preventative cybersecurity to remote workers.
- The smart home revolution
- Video surveillance & analytics
- Don't Fall for It! Defending Against Deepfakes
Detecting doctored media has become tricky — and risky — business. Here's how organizations can better protect themselves from fake video, audio, and other forms of content.
- Indictments Unlikely to Deter China's APT41 Activity
So far, at least, the threat group has not let public scrutiny slow it down, security researchers say.
- Iranian Hackers Indicted for Stealing Aerospace & Satellite Tracking Data
Also, the US Treasury sanctioned Iranian attack group APT39 following a years-long malware campaign.
- Ransomware Gone Awry Has Fatal Consequences
An attack that knocked hospital systems offline reportedly ends in death for patient who had to be sent to another facility.
- Sumo Logic IPO Prices Higher Than Expected
Co-founder and CTO Christian Beedgen explains what this means for the future of the cloud-based data analytics company.
- Time for CEOs to Stop Enabling China's Blatant IP Theft
Protecting intellectual property in the name of US economic and national security should be part of every company's fiduciary duty.
- Black Hat Europe
- Struggling to Secure Remote IT? 3 Lessons from the Office
The great remote work experiment has exacerbated existing challenges and exposed new gaps, but there are things to be learned from office challenges.
- COVID-19: Latest Security News & Commentary
Check out Dark Reading's updated, exclusive news and commentary surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
- What's on Your Enterprise Network? You Might Be Surprised
The strangest connected devices are showing up, and the threats they pose to security should not be overlooked.
- Likely Links Emerge Between Lazarus Group and Russian-Speaking Cybercriminals
Researchers examine security incidents over the past several years that seemingly connect North Korea's Lazarus Group with Russian-speaking attackers.
- DDoS Attacks Rose 151% in First Half of 2020
Attacks grew in number, size, and sophistication as the coronavirus pandemic took hold.
- h2c Smuggling: A New 'Devastating' Kind of HTTP Request
The newly discovered form of HTTP request smuggling could have widespread impact because any proxy can be affected, researchers say. Here's what infosec pros should know.
- Most Organizations Plan to Make COVID-19 Changes Permanent
After the pandemic, companies will continue to invest in improving IT infrastructure and security as well as automate tasks to reduce errors and improve network resiliency.