At this year's RSA Conference in San Francisco, SC Magazine reporter Adam Greenberg sat down with Yair Amit, CTO of Skycure, to discuss his company's recent discover of an iOS vulnerability that allows for concealed mobile attack. Amit also demonstrates an example of the hack on Adam's iPhone.
Researcher Alissa Knight found pervasive authorization vulnerabilities in an app ecosystem of 48 FHIR apps and APIs that enabled access to patient data. APIs are intended as the backbone of health care interoperability.
Microsoft reiterated In its Digital Defense Report a list of seven properties the company says can be found in all standalone, Internet-connected devices that are considered to be highly secured. We had security pundits chime in.