Stefan Viehböck, senior security consultant at SEC Consult, examined 4000 devices from 70 vendors and found widespread reuse of private keys.
A hearing was held highlight the efforts that automakers are making to address cybersecurity concerns of connected automobiles.
Researchers at Invincea report that banking trojans delivered by weaponized Office documents were the top attack vector for the month of October.
Understanding user behavior analytics could help enterprises detect cyberattacks earlier, according to researchers at Rapid7.
G-20 nations struck a deal at a two-day summit in Antalya, Turkey.
Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Alejandro Mayorka will meet with senior Chinese officials to discuss cybersecurity agreements.
Amid widespread cynicism about mass cybersecurity failures, IT security pros, analysts and vendors are scrambling to develop the strategies, technologies and tools to plug the leaks today and develop long-term approaches to prevent similar collapses in the future.
XcodeGhost has been spotted in U.S. enterprises along with a new variant that is designed to infect iOS 9 systems.
Google has patched two vulnerabilities in Nexus devices that could enable remote code execution and more.
The internet security firm WISeKey has named "House of Cards" actor Kevin Spacey as an industry ambassador to help raise awareness for cybersecurity issues.
Kaspersky Lab has declared CoinVault and Bitcryptor dead following the both the arrest of its alleged authors and release of a final set of decryption keys.
Raising awareness of cyber-security is a year-round task but what better time than Halloween to use spooks, ghosts and demons to drive home the point?
Iranian hackers show increasing interest in DroidJack and AndroRAT over other other RATs commonly used to target Android devices.
An FBI assistant special agent told a group of security professionals that his agency recommends victims of ransomware pay up.
A trio of researchers disabled the airbags in an Audi TT using a zero-day exploit in third party software that is commonly used by mechanics.
A panel of cybersecurity professionals discussed alternative ways that companies can practice social engineering.
Millennial consumers aren't confident in data secuirty and would even consider digital chip implants as an alternative to current practices.
After the European Court of Justice declared the EU-US Safe Harbour invalid Tuesday, U.S. lawmakers are considering the decision's potential impact on the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA).
By upholding three claims against Coca-Cola, a U.S. District Court in Pennsylvania lets a class action lawsuit stemming from a 2014 breach move forward.
Researchers in Singapore have developed a method to sniff the perimeter of an organization for unsecured printers.
Researchers hacked into the operating systems of two Virginia State Police cars to expose cyber vulnerabilities in the department's fleet.
Private and public firms in the UK have teamed up to create a 3D video game featuring the Minecraft world to monitor and recruit cyber security talent.
A number of CIA officers in Beijing have been pulled from the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, following the Office of Personnel Management's data breach, according to the Washington Post.
A Tripwire study says UK IT professionals have more confidence in the cyber security literacy of their corporate board than their US counterparts.
Google announced that it will disable support for SSLv3 and RC4 citing a long history of problems in both products.
DoD is developing a automated score card to help identify vulnerabilities, prioritize patches and detect and respond to cyberattacks.
The U.S. delegation to the United Nations General Assembly officially announced on Friday they will not be staying at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel amid cybersecurity concerns.
Intel announced the establishment of the Automotive Security Review Board and the release of a new automotive cybersecurity based white paper.
Microsoft has completed the acquisition of cloud security provider Adallom, in a deal that is reportedly worth $250 million.
Researchers at Secunia detected nearly 10,000 vulnerabilities in nearly 2,000 products, including Oracle Solaris and IBM i5/OS.
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