MonthFebruary 2020

New Trickbot Delivery Method Focuses on Windows 10

Researchers discover attackers abusing the latest version of the remote desktop ActiveX control class introduced for Windows 10.

6 Truths About Disinformation Campaigns

Disinformation goes far beyond just influencing election outcomes. Here's what security pros need to know.

Exploitation, Phishing Top Worries for Mobile Users

Reports find that mobile malware appears on the decline, but the exploitation of vulnerabilities along with phishing has led to a rise in compromises, experts say.

Reducing Risk with Data Minimization

Putting your company on a data diet that reduces the amount of the sensitive data you store or use is a smart way to achieve compliance with GDPR and CCPA.

Educating Educators: Microsoft’s Tips for Security Awareness Training

Microsoft's director of security education and awareness shares his approach to helping train employees in defensive practices.

Clearview AI Customers Exposed in Data Breach

Customers for the controversial facial recognition company were detailed in a log file leaked to news organizations.

Government Employees Unprepared for Ransomware

Data shows 73% are concerned about municipal ransomware threats but only 38% are trained on preventing these attacks.

Tense Talk About Supply Chain Risk Yields Few Answers

RSA panelists locked horns over whether the ban preventing US government agencies from doing business with Huawei is unfairly singling out the Chinese telecom giant.

How We Enabled Ransomware to Become a Multibillion-Dollar Industry

As an industry, we must move beyond one-dimensional approaches to assessing ransomware exposures. Asking these four questions will help.

Intel Analyzes Vulns Reported in its Products Last Year

A new Intel report looks at the more than 250 CVEs affecting Intel products in 2019.