What does it take to secure your cloud applications and data? Technology today has made it possible to require stronger authentication controls for access to business-critical applications.
Malicious attacks against U.K. universities have doubled in the past year - find out how to protect against ransomware and phishing attacks that target research data.
See how many healthcare data breaches have been reported so far in 2017, how many are due to hacking, what areas are lacking in security protection, how many ransomware attacks have targeted healthcare and more.
A White House advisory group, The President’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC), has released an 11-step report urging the Administration to take action to protect against “a watershed, 9/11-level cyber attack.”
An overview of tracking ransomware payments, tools to fight ransomware attacks, 3D printing security concerns and more from Black Hat 2017 and DEF CON 25 talks this year.
NIST releases a new version of their Security and Privacy Controls, addressing new risks posed by the latest technology - the Internet of Things, plus guidance on combining single sign-on and multi-factor authentication.
Get insights into how to assess security hardware, including experimentations in counterfeiting U2F authentication tokens, different weaknesses in the hardware components of encrypted USB keys and more.
A recently patched, high-severity Windows vulnerability, CVE-2017-0199, is being used in phishing attacks to deliver malware to users - hitting 1.5 million users in Q2 of this year.
Different types of organizations have different threat profiles - instead of classic benchmarking, which can be problematic, researching and creating organizational personas can help us better understand how they approach security issues.
Learn about the complexities of conducting security science and phishing tests - the psychological dynamics, validity of security usability studies, ethical issues, hallway testing and more.
Duo Labs analyzes npm packages and how attackers can use malicious packages to gain access to and control over systems.
Get security conference OPSEC (operational security) tips from a senior security researcher who has seen it all - from trading trust for convenience to unattended personal items, learn how to lock it down when you’re on the road.
NIST has updated their Digital Identity Guidelines, SP 800-63-3 with final security recommendations - see the new standards that many industries, including government agencies and contractors, need to follow.
From stopping the initial point of infection to narrowing its path of destruction, here are some tips from the US-CERT (United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team) to help organizations of all sizes stay safe.
Two months after the global WannaCry ransomware outbreak, a new wormlike malware variant has more recently plagued 64 countries, disrupting operations worldwide. But is it actually ransomware? Here’s what you need to know.