97% of Americans Can’t Ace a Basic Security Test

Still, a new Google study uncovers a bit of good news, too.

Financial Sector Under Siege

The old take-the-money-and-run approach has been replaced by siege tactics such as DDOS attacks and land-and-expand campaigns with multiple points of persistence and increased dwell time.

Killer SecOps Skills: Soft Is the New Hard

The sooner we give mindsets and tool sets equal bearing, the better. We must put SOC team members through rigorous training for emergency situations.

7 Signs of the Rising Threat of Magecart Attacks in 2019

Magecart attacks continue to grow in momentum. Here are the stats and stories that show what's behind the mayhem.

How a Manufacturing Firm Recovered from a Devastating Ransomware Attack

The infamous Ryuk ransomware slammed a small company that makes heavy-duty vehicle alternators for government and emergency fleet. Here's what happened.

Black Hat Q&A: Bruce Schneier Calls For Public-Interest Technologists

Ahead of his 2019 Black Hat USA talk, cybersecurity luminary Bruce Schneier explains why it's so important for tech experts to be actively involved in setting public policy.

Artist Uses Malware in Installation

A piece of 'art' currently up for auction features six separate types of malware running on a vulnerable computer.

Q1 2019 Smashes Record For Most Reported Vulnerabilities in a Quarter

Once again, a high-proportion of the reported flaws have no current fix, according to Risk Based Security.

Q1 2019 Smashes Record For Most Reported Vulnerabilities in a Quarter

Once again, a high-proportion of the reported flaws have no current fix, according to Risk Based Security.

DevOps Repository Firms Establish Shared Analysis Capability

Following an attack on their users, and their shared response, Atlassian, GitHub, and GitLab decide to make the sharing of attack information a permanent facet of their operations.