The recent leak of 269 GB of sensitive data from more than 200 police departments and the FBI could be a sign that law enforcement agencies are becoming a prime target for hackers, given recent civil unrest.
It's a new, dynamic workforce - and also a larger, more dynamic threat landscape. How have threats evolved, and how can enterprises better prioritize risks and response? Ran Shahor, CEO of HolistiCyber, shares strategies.
If you've managed to equip your home with smart devices and appliances that work properly, you probably think you're all set. But there are no regulations around how long manufacturers must provide security updates, which could mean a smart device could become a risk.
Organizations deploying deception technology must make sure to integrate it with other technologies to reap the full benefits of intrusion alerts, says Anuj Tewari, global CISO at IT Services HCL Technologies.
Britain's failure to contain COVID-19 - despite Prime Minister Boris Johnson promising a "world-beating" effort - now includes a failed digital contact-tracing app. A new version, built to work with Apple and Google APIs, may be released by winter. Really, what's the rush?
Vulnerabilities due to "coding errors" in a number of mobile banking applications make them all too susceptible to hacking and customer account data theft, the security firm Positive Technologies warns.
An internal CIA report from 2017 - just released in heavily redacted form - found that the agency's failure to secure its own systems facilitated the massive "Vault 7" data breach that enabled classified information, including details of 35 CIA hacking tools, to be leaked to WikiLeaks.
Microsoft's Azure Security Center has detected a new hacking campaign that for the first time specifically targets the Kubeflow platform on Kubernetes and uses XMRig cryptominer to mine for monero across multiple clusters.
Researchers at MIT and the University of Michigan have uncovered multiple security flaws in the online voting platform OmniBallot which could allow hackers to access and manipulate voter data. The platform is currently in use in three states for military personnel and disabled residents.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers sent a letter to Juniper Networks seeking a more detailed explanation into a 2015 incident when an NSA-created algorithm - that may have included a backdoor - appeared in a company product that would have allowed VPN traffic to be decrypted.
As Roger Sels of BlackBerry assesses cybersecurity risk, he sees chaos - both cyber and endpoint chaos - as well as enterprises trying to defend automated attacks at human speed. It makes him ask: Isn't it time we rebooted our approach to cybersecurity risk prevention?
Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute's CERT notification center has posted a warning of a flaw in the Universal Plug and Play protocol that could potentially affect billions of internet-connected devices. If exploited, this flaw could lead to DDoS attacks and theft of data.
Perceived wisdom is that mobile voting will be open to significant opportunities for interception, manipulation and nation-state interference. Nimit Sawney, CEO of Voatz, describes the architecture of a secure mobile voting system.