We are on track for another record-breaking year in the pace of vulnerability disclosures, said a new report from Risk Based Security.
Only 49 percent of surveyed U.S. executives expect to spend more on cybersecurity in a year's time, despite a 56-percent majority expecting the number of data breach attempts to rise in 2018, according to a new research study.
The developers of the Samba suite of SMB/CFIS-based interoperability applications for *NIX machines issued an important patch on Wednesday, following the discovery of a remote code execution vulnerability.
The 2017 DEFCON conference will feature an exhibition area decided to hacking voting machines, according to a report Tuesday by Politico.
A budget blueprint issued by the White House sees DHS sharing more information on cyber incidents with other federal agencies and the private sector.
New research has shown what the true cost of non-compliance could be for large companies under the GDPR.
The Netherlands has made great strides in implementing its cyber-security strategy, says latest CRI report, but still needs to address issues with funding and decision-making.
Cybersecurity staff and policy are slowly developing under the Trump administration. Will the new cyberarsenal match the tweeting rhetoric. Larry Jaffee enquires.
The Data Security Council of India (DSCI) is joining the movement away from using passwords as a security measure and will look to develop new authentication methods best suited for that nation.
Check Point researchers developed a proof of concept attack vector which can take over a user's device by exploiting how subtitles are loaded by the user's media player.
In a personal blog post published on Sunday, a security researcher provided details into a cross-site scripting vulnerability he discovered in the Verizon Messages SMS texting service, which was patched late in 2016.
New research has shown the staggering needs and rewards for qualified CISOs, reflected in their ever spiralling salaries....
Federal agencies are setting up more formal insider threat prevention programs at a much higher rate but few have seen progress as a result.
WikiLeaks on Friday published materials related to a malware implant called Athena, which enables remote beacon and loader capabilities on targeted computers running on Microsoft Windows versions XP through 10.
A search warrant obtained by ICE authorized use of a Stingray device to track an immigrant.
Some of the pressure came from having smaller budgets and teams, though the research found that "having a lot of money is not always a good thing."
With a federal election scheduled for September, government officials in Germany are pressing for expanded hacking powers be granted to law enforcement agencies.
Although Target agreed to compensate consumers affected in its 2013 data breach from a pool of $10 million, a lone consumer is halting payouts.
Securi researchers spotted a critical SQL injection vulnerability in Joomla! 3.7.0 which could easily be exploited.
Researchers spotted three weakly encrypted Wi-Fi networks and two open Wi-Fi networks stemming from Mar-a-Lago.
The vote, which had been anticipated and hotly debated, was cast along party lines.
Despite the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into effect 12 months from now, the majority of European and US businesses are still inadequately prepared and at risk of incurring costly non-compliance fines.
If exploited, both could lead to arbitrary code executive, the company reported.
A data breach at NYC Health + Hospitals/Coney Island hospital may have compromised the information of nearly 3,500 patients.
Apple released a host of security patches including iOS 10.3.2 patches which patches nearly nearly two dozen security fixes.
Enterprises are better protected from repercussions of a breach with a board that's knowledgeable about security and which makes sure a comprehensive set of security policies are in place, reports Greg Masters.
The president's executive order on cybersecurity has drawn immediate, if mixed reactions, from cybersecurity pros who either praise it for providing much-needed guidance or criticize it for falling short.