You searched for php/ | SC Media

Your search for php/ returned 132 results

Active Filters

Click on a filter below to refine your search. Remove a filter to broaden your search.

Your search for php/ returned 132 results

Sort Results:

Relevant Recent
Perspectives

Enlist the security community to safeguard our elections this fall

This election cycle we’re running a high-stakes presidential race in the U.S., so it’s hard to imagine a foreign nation-state that wouldn’t like to cast a ballot. Unfortunately, we’ve seen election interference before and federal agencies like the National Counterintelligence and Security Center have produced unclassified Election Threat Updates to inform the public of nation-state…
Executive Insight, Opinion

Cracking the code on cloud security for higher education

The migration of database and application infrastructure to the cloud is now taking center stage for both private and public sectors as organizations seek to reduce the cost and risk of operating their own data centers. According to Forbes, 83 percent of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020, and higher education isn’t…
APTs/cyberespionage, Government, Government/Defense, Security News

U.S. sanctions North Korea hacking groups, says attacks funded missile program

The U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctioned North Korea Friday for ransomware attacks on the Swift interbank messaging system and other critical infrastructure targets that generated funding for the nation-state’s weapons and missile programs. The Treasury Department targeted three state-sponsored hacking groups – the Lazarus Group, whose WannaCry attacks wreaked havoc around the…
Executive Insight, Opinion, Security News

Tighter control over IT asset management: The key to securing your enterprise

Recent evidence of the new BlueKeep Windows vulnerability is an excellent and scary example of the need for enterprises to have thorough, accurate and current visibility into all the devices in use by their employees and contractors. Here’s a scenario that could happen: Joe Smith decides to work at home one night and rather than…
Election Coverage, Government/Defense, Security News

Coats taps 2018 midterms crisis manager for new election threats exec position

Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Dan Coats Friday named Shelby Pierson, the agency’s election security crisis manager during the 2018 midterms, to the newly created Intelligence Community (IC) Election Threats Executive (ETE) position. Saying the intelligence community needed to build on its success in protecting the 2018 elections by aligning its resources, Coats in a statement…
UK flag
Data Breach, Security News

UK consumers more likely to abandon a breached company

Yanks and Brits may both have a soft spot in their hearts for beer and sports, but when it comes to trusting a company that has suffered a data breach, these two groups of people have quite different opinions. A study by the payment security firm PCI Pal found British folks are far less forgiving…
APTs/cyberespionage, Government, Security News

Intel community assessment: Cyberattacks threat to U.S. security

Cybersecurity threats are among the most troubling concerns to the U.S. intelligence community (IC), with Russia, China, Iran and North Korea (“the Big 4”) well-positioned – and motivated – to engage in cyberespionage and attacks particularly during the 2020 presidential election, according to the IC’s annual “Worldwide Threat Assessment” report. In a wide-ranging discussion of…
Cybercrime, Security News

U.K. court sentences hacker for Mirai-based DDoS attack against Liberian telecom firm

The British man who orchestrated a series of DDoS attacks that disrupted Internet access across the African nation of Liberia in November 2016 has been sentenced to two years and eight months in prison. Daniel Kaye, 30, from Egham, Surrey, pleaded guilty last December of using botnets and stressors to bombard Liberian telecom provider Lonestar…
Penetration Test
InfoSec Insider

Do You Really Need a Penetration Test?

This will probably be a contentious point for some, but there are situations where a penetration test isn’t the best use of an organization’s resources. Here, we examine what is (and isn't) a pentest, and what its goals should be depending on your organization's needs.

Election Coverage, Security News, States of Security

State of security: Utah

Who’s in charge:  Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox,  Director of Elections Justin Lee Security in action: Utah uses a vote by mail system in all but two counties (Carbon and Emery). The two outliers instead use direct-recording electronic (DRE) voting machines that at least provide a paper-based audit trail. However, even more counties allow auditable DREs for…
Next post in Election Coverage