MonthJuly 2018

HP Launches Printer Bug Bounty Program

Bugcrowd will manage new vulnerability disclosure award program for HP enterprise printers.

HP Launches Printer Bug Bounty Program

Bugcrowd will manage new vulnerability disclosure award program for HP enterprise printers.

DHS Establishes Center For Defense of Critical Infrastructure

Center foundational to new government-led 'collective defense' strategy for sharing and responding to cyberthreats, DHS secretary says.

Hundreds of Registry Keys Exposed to Microsoft COM Hijacking

Experts believe there could be thousands more in the wild.

Unified Security Data: A Simple Idea to Combat Persistent, Complex Cyberattacks

Do you know what happens to your data when it's not in use? If the answer is no, you need to fix that.

Yale Discloses Data Breach

The university discloses that someone stole personal information a long time ago.

10 More Women in Security You May Not Know But Should

The second installment in a series highlighting women who are driving change in cybersecurity but may not be on your radar - yet.

Mimecast Snaps Up Solebit for $88 Million

Purchase of threat detection firm closely follows company's acquisition of security training platform Ataata.

If at first you don’t succeed, .Net, .Net, .Net again

July will go down in the Microsoft Patching Halls of Infamy as one of the worst months ever. Every version of Win10 got three big cumulative updates, and a fourth should be hot on their heels. Let that sink in for a second: Windows patches used to come out once a month, then twice, and now we’re up to three or four a month, sprinkled on random days of the month. And they’re big bunches of fixes.

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Russian National Sentenced to 70 Months For $4 Million Debit Card Fraud

Mikhail Malykhin's actions drove one company out business.