The difficulty of detecting zero days in the wild and incomplete patches for the ones that are found is making life easier for attackers.
The short lifespans and limited budgets of political campaigns adds to the security challenges they face as advanced adversaries target them.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has been beating the public-private sector cooperation drum for several years now, and FBI director Christopher Wray stuck to that theme during his talk at Fordham University’s International Conference on Cyber Security.
Developers have patched a serious heap buffer overflow in Libgcrypt that could be triggered easily when data is decrypted.
Google said tests show that the new technology to replace third-party cookies doesn't impact ad revenue, but didn't provide more details on how it would enhance user privacy.
Police in the US and Europe have disrupted the Emotet botnet, taking over its servers and cutting off communications with infected computers.
In Firefox 85, Mozilla is partitioning several caches in the browser in order to prevent trackers from abusing them.
Researchers from Qualys uncovered a major vulnerability in an application that allows administrators to delegate limited root access to regular users. While most major Linux distributions have released fixed versions of sudo, administrators still have to verify their systems are protected.
Over the last year, cybercriminals adjusted their attack tactics with new developments with the COVID-19 pandemic. With attention now on developing and distributing the vaccine for the novel coronavirus, attackers have shifted their focus to target the vaccine supply chain.
Andy Ellis, CSO of Akamai, joins Dennis Fisher to discuss the importance of setting priorities, how to assess your strengths and weaknesses as an organization, and the NFL draft.
Securing the 2020 election was a years-long process, and former CISA Director Chris Krebs found a number of key lessons for security teams during the effort.
The European Union’s data protection authorities have been flexing their regulatory powers under the General Data Protection Regulation over the past year, increasingly imposing larger fines and other enforcement actions.
New York lawmakers are moving ahead with their own privacy legislation to regulate how private companies handle biometric data.
One of the last executive orders for the outgoing Trump Administration authorized the Commerce Department to create "know your customer" rules for infrastructure-as-a-service providers.
A piece of malware called Raindrop has been found in some networks compromised by the SolarWinds attackers.