The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of whether courts can trust evidence collected by Cellebrite's mobile device forensic tools. Also featured: Report shows attackers' dwell times plummeting; a call for partnership with law enforcement.
Attackers are increasingly using malicious OAuth 2.0 applications to siphon data and access sensitive information from cloud platforms, and mitigating the risks is proving challenging, according to the security firm Proofpoint.
The average amount of time that online attackers camp out in a victim's network - or "dwell time" - has been declining, FireEye's Mandiant incident response group reports. But the surge in ransomware accounts for some attacks coming to light more quickly because those attackers announce their presence.
CISA is investigating whether five U.S. government agencies may have been breached when attackers exploited vulnerabilities in Pulse Connect Secure VPN products, according to a senior official. Security researchers believe that at least two nation-state groups have been attempting to exploit these flaws.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of British spy chief Jeremy Fleming’s "cybersecurity call to arms." Also featured: Insights on COVID-19 business continuity planning; the wisdom of the late Dan Kaminsky.
Some security experts are questioning whether Experian is doing enough to ensure security after a researcher discovered that an API the credit reporting firm uses to allow lenders to check the credit score of prospective borrowers could expose customer's scores.
A lawsuit alleges that a security flaw in a Google COVID-19 contact-tracing tool is exposing personal and medical information of millions of users to third parties through device system logs. But Google says it reviewed the issue, updated code and is ensuring the fix is rolled out to users.
He’s been an Air Force general, a CEO and the first federal CISO. Now Gregory Touhill is taking charge as director of the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute's CERT Division. And he’s bringing all his past experience to bear in a new effort to forge partnerships and protections.
A Chinese advanced persistent threat group known as Naikon deployed a new malware backdoor to wage a lengthy cyberespionage campaign against military organizations in Southeast Asia, security firm Bitdefender reports.
Apple has patched a zero-day flaw in macOS 11.3 that attackers have been exploiting since at least January to install advertising software on victims' systems. The flaw enables a malicious script to be deployed that bypasses Notarization, Gatekeeper and File Quarantine security defenses.