75 percent of online banking systems contained cross-site scripting flaws, 69 percent lacked protection from data interception, 63 percent had insufficient authorisation, 50 percent were vulnerable to sensitive data disclosure.
In the age where cryptomining software is beating out ransomware as the go to for most hackers, a Python-based Monero miner is using stolen NSA exploits to gain an edge
Norfolk State University dedicates multimillion dollar cybersecurity facility, Naval academy announces boost in recruits.
Norfolk State University dedicated a new multimillion-dollar cybersecurity complex Monday afternoon at the same the Navy announced a major increase in cyber operations majors.
SC Media's Rob Abel sits down with Cisco's Tom Gilheany to discuss some of the ways to improve the cybersecurity talent pool as well as retain talent within your own organization.
Palo Alto's Unit 42 researchers identified a new botnet malware family described as "Swiss Army Knife Malware" that was designed by a veteran threat actor.
As researchers continue to find security flaws in medical devices and threat actors continue to target the healthcare sector, the FDA is looking to impose new security measures.
Ikea's freelance labor marketplace task rabbit temporarily shut down its app and website amid the investigation of a "cyber-security incident"
Intel Monday announced three new measures that will be implemented in a future chip design to bake security into the hardware following last year's Spectre/Meldown vulnerability.
The 27th RSA Conference officially kicked off this morning with RSA President Rohit Ghia welcoming attendees and trying to set a positive mood for the show.
Celebgate hacker who stole Jennifer Lawrence nudes pleads guilty of breaking into nearly 240 iCloud accounts
A Connecticut man admitted to hacking into the iCloud accounts of prominent females celebrities including "Red Sparrow" actress Jennifer Lawrence and more than 200 others.
Cybercriminals are once again abusing trusted applications, such as Microsoft Office, to launch multi-stage attacks inside malicious documents to deliver Formbook malware
AMD announced the release of processor security updates for vulnerabilities concerning the Spectre Variant 2 vulnerability or Microsoft Windows users.
A £13.5 million cyber-innovation centre is to be built at London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, intended to boost the thriving East London digital cluster and help create 2,000 UK jobs in cyber-security.
Security researchers have found a flaw in the emergency alert warning siren system used by many local authorities - could be sounded by hackers, research finds.
Hashed email addresses do not provide any significant protection for consumers as many firms are now offering services that can reverse email hashing to correctly guess consumers' email addresses, security experts warn.
Adobe's April 10, 2018 Patch Tuesday addressed 14 security issues including 6 in Flash Player.
Facebook's recent announcement to update its data restriction policies has prompted some researchers to turn other social media platforms to review their data practices as well.
Intel is instructing users of its remote keyboard to delete the app after a critical flaw was found and that the firm is halting Spectre fixes on older chips.
The United States government for the first time publicly acknowledged the existence of what appear to be stingray devices used by foreign intelligence in the U.S. capital region
The personal data of what may have been nearly seven million Panerabread.com customers was left exposed for eight months before being pulled offline today.
The njRAT, also known as Bladabindi, has been upgraded to push Lime Ransomware and a bitcoin wallet stealer.
During the aftermath of the massive data breach which compromised the data of nearly 150 million consumers, Equifax notified some people using inaccurate letters.
Airbnb is notifying its users in China that the company will share guest's information with authorities to comply with national laws and regulations.
Amidst a major rise in zero-day malware attacks in Q4 2017, researchers have observed how hackers are increasingly using Microsoft Office documents as carriers to deliver malicious payloads in enterprise systems.