Episode 1 of Bugcrowd’’s docuseries, Unsolved Cyber Mysteries, describes signal hacking attacks in the 1980s and the potential motivations behind them.
The legal actions may have a chilling effect on hiring CISOs, who are already in short supply, but may also expose just how budget-constrained most security executives are.
The wider availability of turnkey cyberattack kits in the criminal underground is leading to a glut of campaigns using remote access Trojans (RATs).
The parties within the International Counter Ransomware Initiative intend to use information-sharing tools and AI to achieve their goals of cutting off the financial resources of threat actors.
Cybercriminals are upping their phishing with shortened links and showing that coveted, regulated top-level domains aren't as exclusive as you'd think.
The APT group uses updates from the app to get the user to download the malware.
Report highlights the challenges impeding the applications industry from achieving AppSec maturity.
Cyber adversaries are scanning public GitHub repositories in real-time, evading Amazon quarantine controls, and harvesting AWS keys.
Microsoft's longstanding practice isn't enough to handle its vulnerability problem.
Despite the growing demand for AI transparency, 10 of the better-known models did not score very highly on Stanford's new Foundation Model Transparency Index.