AuthorCurtis Franklin Jr. Senior Editor at Dark Reading
The most common vulnerabilities seen last year run the gamut from cross-site scripting to issues with CMS platforms.
Multiple threat actors are using relatively simple techniques to take advantage of the vulnerability, launching cryptominers, skimmers, and other malware payloads.
Among the problems: TLS certificates are expiring and websites are becoming inaccessible.
The new attack hits operating systems, not chips, and may give criminals the keys to a company's cryptography.
Nearly half of all companies know that they're deploying containers with security flaws, according to a new survey.
This new form of crypto wallet fraud enlists unwary consumers and companies to help defeat anti-money laundering methods for law enforcement and regulators.
2018 saw a reduced number of huge DNS-facilitated DDoS attacks. Vendors and service providers believe that malicious impact will drop with continued technology improvements.
In a newly published editorial and video, Intel details what specific actions it has taken in the wake of the discovery of the CPU vulnerabilities.
Companies are adopting machine intelligence even though there are still issues and questions regarding its performance, a new report on AI use in cybersecurity shows.
Machine intelligence, in its many forms, began having a significant impact on cybersecurity this year - setting the stage for growing intelligence in security automation for 2019.