The NHTSA closed an investigation into Fiat Chrysler after determining that non Fiat Chrysler entertainment units weren't vulnerable.
BIMCO today introduced the first set of cybersecurity guidelines for the global shipping industry to help prevent cyber incidents at sea.
Hyatt Hotels Corp. reported late last week that it had found malware on the computers that operates the company's payment processing systems and is now conducting an investigation to discover the extent of the breach.
Researchers at Symantec details common format of BEC scams.
Only 37 percent of respondents in small to medium size businesses felt that their organisation was fit to manage IT security, according to a recent survey.
An ESET survey on online banking habits found that Americans could be more secure with our online banking.
A new study sheds light on the frustrations faced by enterprise security professionals who struggle to remediate a seemingly endless stream of vulnerabilities and security challenges.
The US congress just passed into law The Cyber-security Information Sharing Act, also known as CISA, in the last couple of days.
The OpenSSL Project said it has updated its security policy to include a "Critical" severity level.
Paul Kurtz, CEO of TruSTAR Technology and former cybersecurity advisor to the White House, discusses the federal government's cybersecurity problems, in the wake of the data breaches at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM).
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) recently released the Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (CAT) to help financial institutions identify their risks and determine their cybersecurity preparedness.
Business that embrace bring your own device (BYOD) could gain from Apple's improved security features.
Researchers at Zscaler's discovered a new variant of Android ransomware disguised as a porn video player application.
In an apparent coordinated announcement, Google, Mozilla and Microsoft announced that they would stop using the RC4 stream cipher in their respective browsers.
Rutgers hired three cybersecurity firms and plans to spend millions to protect its computer networks
Researchers at WOOT '15 demonstrated how the BitTorrent protocol family is vulnerable to DRDoS attacks.
Secretary of State John Kerry told CBS that "it's very likely" that Chinese and Russian governments are reading his emails.
WordPress released a security update to address several vulnerabilities that existed in all previous versions.
Japan will train approximately 50,000 people in the public and private sectors on cyber-security ahead of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, according to local reports.
An Ohio inmate was caught with administrative login credentials for the computer systems at Lebanon Correctional Intuition.
An amendment to the Every Child Achieves Act takes on cybersecurity education in an effort to address worker shortage.
The news that Kaspersky Lab was hit by a "next-generation" malware attack is an indication of both how far we have come in cyber-warfare and how much further we still have to go.
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said budget cuts are prompting the agency to expand its online services even as watchdog groups warn the expansion could increase the risk of additional breaches.
A new survey shows board members across several industries are holding more C-level execs responsible in cases of data breaches.
Netflix announced on Monday the open source release of a threat detection management platform it has named FIDO.
Indian officials met with a Japanese contingent last week to discuss how the two nations could work together to fight cyber crime and invest in India's IT sector.
The United States and Japan have agreed to bolster their threat-sharing efforts, to thwart cyber attacks from China and North Korea, like state-sponsored intellectual property theft.
In this video, Casey Ellis, cofounder and CEO of Bugcrowd, discusses bug hunting and responsible vulnerability disclosure.
In this video, Adam Kujawa, head of malware intelligence with Malwarebytes, takes us through the campaign.
In this video Danielle Walker interviews Cesar Cerrudo, CTO of IOActive, at RSA Conference 2015.
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