AuthorJai Vijayan Contributing Writer

Lion Air the Latest to Get Tripped Up by Misconfigured AWS S3

The breach, which reportedly exposed data on millions of passengers, is one of many that have resulted from organizations leaving data publicly accessible in cloud storage buckets.

WannaCry Detections At An All-Time High

More than 12,000 variants of the infamous malware are targeting systems that are still open to the EternalBlue exploit - but the potential danger is low, Sophos warns.

US Turning Up the Heat on North Korea’s Cyber Threat Operations

Sanctions on North Korean nation-state hacking groups came amid reports of fresh malicious campaigns directed at US entities from the isolated nation.

Indictments Do Little to Stop Iranian Group from New Attacks on Universities

Cobalt Dickens targeted more than 60 universities in the US and elsewhere this summer, according to a new report.

New Privacy Features in iOS 13 Let Users Limit Location Tracking

Apple will introduce other features that allow more secure use of iPhones in workplace settings as well.

Public Exposure Does Little to Slow China-Based Thrip APT

Over the past year, the cyber-espionage group has attacked at least 12 other companies in the military, telecom, and satellite sectors, Symantec says.

Chinese Group Built Advanced Trojan by Reverse Engineering NSA Attack Tool

APT3 quietly monitored an NSA attack on its systems and used the information to build a weapon of its own.

New Technique Makes Passwords 14M Percent Harder to Crack, Nonprofit Claims

Tide's method for protecting passwords splinters them up into tiny pieces and stores them on distributed nodes.

5G Standard to Get New Security Specifications

Researchers had recently demonstrated how attackers could intercept device capability information and use it against 5G mobile subscribers.

Over 47K Supermicro Corporate Servers Vulnerable to Attack