Steve ZurierJuly 16, 2021
Researchers blame a 700% spike in IoT-specific malware attacks in part on personal device usage such as digital home assistants, media players and smart TVs.
Steve ZurierJuly 20, 2021
Cloud-delivered malware has increased to an all-time high of 68%, according to a new study by Netskope, with cloud storage apps accounting for nearly 67% of that cloud malware delivery.
Steve ZurierJuly 21, 2021
Intezer researchers found a number of unprotected instances that contain sensitive information while studying exposed Argo Workflows instances.
Steve ZurierJuly 22, 2021
The misconfigured Amazon S3 buckets held more than 1,000 gigabytes of data and more than 1.6 million files, according to ethical hackers WizCase.
Steve ZurierJuly 14, 2021
A new Cybereason survey found that more than four out of five respondents – some 81% – said they are “highly” or “very concerned” about the risk of ransomware attacks.
Steve ZurierJuly 23, 2021
The CloudKnox acquisition offers full visibility into privileged access, said Joy Chik, corporate vice president of Microsoft Identity.
Steve ZurierJuly 26, 2021
A survey of cloud security professionals shows 64% say serious cloud security leaks or breaches will get worse or remain unchanged in the year ahead.
Steve ZurierJuly 27, 2021
Along with a single intake form, Google touts a more interactive, gamified site that offers per-country leaderboards and awards for finding certain bugs.
Two vulnerabilities in open source Zimbra code could allow an unauthenticated attacker to compromise a targeted organization’s Zimbra webmail server, researchers said Thursday.
Steve ZurierJuly 28, 2021
Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory earlier this week inked two deals that strengthen the security and cloud products and services Deloitte will market to the federal government.
Steve ZurierJuly 29, 2021
Ethical hackers WizCase found another major case of S3 buckets being exposed, this time from a defunct advertising company where data was dated as far back as May 2, 2007.
BlackMatter, a new ransomware group with alleged connections to DarkSide and REvil, appears to be demanding strict requirements of independent access broker partners so they could filter out monitoring from threat researchers.
Steve ZurierJuly 30, 2021
The misconfiguration and access problems companies are seeing now aren’t new -- they're just now waking up to them, said one expert.