MonthJanuary 2019

Cisco Router Vulnerability Gives Window into Researchers’ World

The research around a recent vulnerability shows how researchers follow leads and find unexpected results.

8 Cybersecurity Myths Debunked

The last thing any business needs is a swarm of myths and misunderstandings seeding common and frequent errors organizations of all sizes make in safeguarding data and infrastructure.

Airbus Employee Info Exposed in Data Breach

Few details as yet on a cyberattack that hit Airbus' commercial aircraft business.

Dell, CrowdStrike, Secureworks Join Forces to Secure Endpoints

Dell SafeGuard and Response is geared toward businesses, governments, and schools that may lack resources they need to detect and remediate sophisticated threats.

For a Super Security Playbook, Take a Page from Football

Four key questions to consider as you plan out your next winning security strategy.

Huawei in hot water, more on Apple’s rocky first-quarter | TECH(feed)

Today's episode features more on Apple’s first-quarter report, news that Google and the Internet Advertising Bureau are profiling users, collaboration software spending, and more problems for Huawei.

Huawei in hot water, more on Apple’s rocky first-quarter | TECH(feed)

Today's episode features more on Apple’s first-quarter report, news that Google and the Internet Advertising Bureau are profiling users, collaboration software spending, and more problems for Huawei.

Justice Dept. Alerting Victims of North Korean Botnet Infections

US officials disrupt North Korea's Joanap attack infrastructure.

Rubrik Data Leak is Another Cloud Misconfiguration Horror Story

A server security mishap exposed vast stores of data belonging to clients of Rubrik, a security and cloud management firm.

Massive DDoS Attack Generates 500 Million Packets per Second

January 10 torrent involved nearly four times as many packets as last year's huge attack on GitHub, says Imperva.