- Small-Time Cybercriminals Landing Steady Low Blows
High-end crime groups are acquiring the sorts of sophisticated capabilities only nation-states once had, while low-tier criminals maintain a steady stream of malicious activity, from cryptomining to P …
- Security Teams Struggle with Container Security Strategy
Fewer than 30% of firms have more than a basic container security plan in place.
- Cryptojacking, Mobile Malware Growing Threats to the Enterprise
At the same time, criminal organizations continue to look for new ways to attack their victims.
- Black Hat: European Security Pros Wrestling With Potential Breaches, Privacy Issues
Black Hat Europe attendee survey shows European cybersecurity leaders are uncertain of their ability to protect end user data – and are fearful of a near-term breach of critical infrastructure.
- Airlines Have a Big Problem with Bad Bots
Bad bots account for 43.9% of all traffic on their websites, APIs, and mobile apps, according to a new analysis of 100 airlines.
- Understanding Evil Twin AP Attacks and How to Prevent Them
The attack surface remains largely unprotected from Wi-Fi threats that can result in stolen credentials and sensitive information as well as backdoor/malware payload drops.
- Sharpen Your Malware-Fighting Skills at Black Hat Europe
Don't miss out on the Black Hat Briefings, Trainings, and Arsenal tools that will equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to deal with today's top malware.
- Can Businesses Stand Up to Cybercrime? Only 61% Say Yes
While 96% of US organizations say business resilience should be core to company strategy, only 61% say it actually is.
- To Click or Not to Click: The Answer Is Easy
Mega hacks like the Facebook breach provide endless ammo for spearphishers. These six tips can help you stay safer.
- Microsoft Patch Tuesday Recap: 12 Critical Bugs Fixed
Eight of the 12 critical vulnerabilities addressed this month affect the Chakra Scripting Engine in Microsoft Edge.
- Getting to Know Magecart: An Inside Look at 7 Groups
A new report spills the details on Magecart, the criminal groups driving it, and ongoing attacks targeting low- and high-profile victims.
- Empathy: The Next Killer App for Cybersecurity?
The toughest security problems involve people not technology. Here's how to motivate your frontline employees all the way from the service desk to the corner office.
- Google Traffic Temporarily Rerouted via Russia, China
The incident, which Google reports is now resolved, could be the result of either technical mistakes or malicious activity.
- Netskope Announces Series F Funding Round
The $168.7 million round will go toward R&D and global expansion, says cloud access security broker provider.
- RIP, 'IT Security'
Information security is vital, of course. But the concept of "IT security" has never made sense.
- Sophisticated Campaign Targets Pakistan's Air Force
Espionage campaign uses a variety of new evasion techniques.
- 2018 on Track to Be One of the Worst Ever for Data Breaches
A total of 3,676 breaches involving over 3.6 billion records were reported in the first nine months of this year alone.
- Paris Agreement on Cybercrime Falls Short of Unanimous Agreement
More than 50 nations and 150 global companies agree to join effort to fight cybercrime.
- Veterans Find New Roles in Enterprise Cybersecurity
Facebook and Synack create programs to educate vets and grow employment opportunities while shrinking the cybersecurity talent gap.
- 7 Cool New Security Tools to be Revealed at Black Hat Europe
Black Hat Europe's Arsenal lineup will include demonstrations of tools addressing everything from unsecured cloud buckets to unknown IoT devices.