AuthorCurtis Franklin Jr. Senior Editor at Dark Reading

WSJ Report: Facebook Breach the Work of Spammers, Not Nation-State Actors

A report by the Wall Street Journal points finger at group that is know to Facebook Security.

7 Ways A Collaboration System Could Wreck Your IT Security

The same traits that make collaboration systems so useful for team communications can help hackers, too.

Apache Access Vulnerability Could Affect Thousands of Applications

A recently discovered issue with a common file access method could be a major new attack surface for malware authors.

6 Security Trends for 2018/2019

Speaking at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, analyst Peter Firstbrook's list of trends is likely to inform executive committee conversations for the next 12 months.

Pair of Reports Paint Picture of Enterprise Security Struggling to Keep Up

Many organizations have yet to create an effective cybersecurity strategy - and it's costing them millions.

Google+ Vulnerability Hits Service, Leads to Shutdown

Teach Your AI Well: A Potential New Bottleneck for Cybersecurity

Artificial intelligence (AI) holds the promise of easing the skills shortage in cybersecurity, but implementing AI may result in a talent gap of its own for the industry.

7 Steps to Start Your Risk Assessment

Risk assessment can be complex, but it's vital for making good decisions about IT security. Here are steps to start you down the path toward a meaningful risk assessment process.

Report: In Huge Hack, Chinese Manufacturer Sneaks Backdoors Onto Motherboards

If true, the attack using Supermicro motherboards could be the most comprehensive cyber breach in history.

Security Flaw Found in Apple Mobile Device Enrollment Program

Authentication weakness in Apple's DEP could open a window of opportunity for attackers.