The European Network of Transmission System Operators, which represents over 40 electricity transmission operators throughout the continent, revealed this week that hackers penetrated its IT network. Security experts say this incident is another wake-up call for the industry.
Mobility and digital transformation have forced enterprises to radically rethink their security strategies - particularly in new multi-cloud environments. James Christiansen of Netskope discusses how CISOs can respond to - and expect further - change.
The new Cyberspace Solarium Commission released its highly anticipated report this week that offers more than 75 U.S. cybersecurity recommendations and calls for sweeping reforms. Here's a look at the key proposals.
Google will appeal the latest GDPR fine levied against the company. The Swedish Data Protection Authority fined the company nearly $8 million for failure to remove search results related to "right-to-be-forgotten" requests.
Two employees of security firm Exabeam who attended the recent RSA 2020 conference in San Francisco have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the company. The RSA Conference notes that it's not yet clear if the two contracted the coronavirus at the event or at some other time.
Microsoft has confirmed that a serious flaw in Windows SMB_v3 exists that could be exploited by attackers to remotely seize control of vulnerable systems. While no attacks have been seen in the wild, no patch for the wormable flaw is yet available. A workaround exists for servers, but not clients.
Microsoft along with its partners from 35 countries has taken coordinated legal and technical action to disrupt Necurs, one of the largest botnets in the world, the company announced in a Tuesday blog post.