Why Cyber-Risk Is a C-Suite Issue

Organizations realize the scale of cyber-risk but lack counter-actions to build resilience.

Researchers Find New Approach to Attacking Cloud Infrastructure

Cloud APIs' accessibility over the Internet opens a new window for adversaries to gain highly privileged access to cloud assets.

OpenText to Buy Carbonite for $800M Cash in $1.42B Deal

The acquisition was confirmed just six months after Carbonite bought Webroot.

Account Fraud Harder to Detect as Criminals Move from Bots to ‘Sweat Shops’

Cheap labor, frequent data breaches, and better fraud detection technology are fueling frustrating changes in attackers' methods.

Joker’s Stash Puts $130M Price Tag on Credit Card Database

A new analysis advises security teams on what they should know about the underground payment card seller.

Learn the Latest Exploit Techniques at Black Hat Europe

Master new exploit techniques for Microsoft RDP, Java remote protocols at Black Hat Europe in London next month.

Patch Tuesday alert: Make sure Windows Auto Update is temporarily disabled

For those of you who haven’t patched since May, there’s exceedingly bad news on the horizon. Per Catalin Cimpanu at ZDNet, Metasploit’s working-but-just-barely BlueKeep exploit is about to get a significant bug fix. That'll put BlueKeep infection capabilities in the hands of mere mortals. The script kiddies won’t be far behind.

If you’re using — or you know someone who’s using — Windows XP, Vista, Win7, Server 2003, Server 2008 or Server 2008 R2, get patched nowThe fix is easy. Even  Aunt Martha can handle it.

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New: 2019 State of the Internet / Security: Media Under Assault

It can't be overstated: Web attacks and credential stuffing are real, long-term threats. This white paper, sponsored by Akamai, focuses on how they are impacting the high-tech, video media, and entertainment sectors.

4 Ways to Soothe a Stressed-Out Incident Response Team

IR teams are under tremendous pressure, often working long hours and putting their needs aside amid a security crisis. Their care is just as important as policy and procedure.

Bugcrowd Pays Out Over $500K in Bounties in One Week

In all, bug hunters from around the world submitted over 6,500 vulnerabilities in October alone.