Emerging Information Security Threats
- October 16, 2015
News roundup: FBI issues a public service announcement about EMV chip-and-signature cards. Plus: bumper crop of OS X malware in 2015; phishing sites with authenticated certificates and more.
- September 25, 2015
Kaspersky Lab has fixed some of the vulnerabilities in its antivirus products, but a new report from Google Project Zero reveals there's more work to be done.
- September 21, 2015
For the first time, a large amount of iOS malware has made it past Apple's App Store security controls, potentially affecting hundreds of millions of users.
- September 17, 2015
There is a growing concern for cyberespionage in U.S. after a financially motivated hacker group stole inside information to make millions from insider trading schemes.
- August 28, 2015
News roundup: As Internet of Things concerns become an enterprise reality, one vendor is quick to offer IoT services to combat the risks. Plus: 1% of users create 75% of the risk; Target pays up; Apple devices improperly secured in the enterprise.
- August 05, 2015
Cybercrime has developed substantially due to bulletproof hosting service efficiency. Trend Micro's report explains how and why these services evade law enforcement officials and remain online.
- July 08, 2015
A mysterious hacker group has hit a number of major U.S. companies with the intent of committing industrial espionage, according to new security research reports.
- June 26, 2015
RubyGems software packaging client was found to have a DNS vulnerability that redirects users to malicious gem servers.
- June 26, 2015
New roundup: Sometimes the least of threats -- such as click fraud -- can end up being the bigger issues -- like ransomware. Plus: U.S. Navy won't let go of XP; U.S./China cyber code of conduct; and more!
- June 05, 2015
A new study claims social media may be a useful indicator of vulnerability risk and lead to more accurate CVSS scores and prioritization.
- May 28, 2015
With Section 215 of the Patriot Act meeting its demise on June 1, President Obama calls for the Senate to get busy.
- May 20, 2015
A newly discovered TLS vulnerability that affects thousands of websites, servers and browser users could allow attackers to bypass encryption.
- May 04, 2015
Seculert research discovers that a new version of the financial malware Dyre is avoiding sandbox detection by counting the number of cores.
- April 24, 2015
Threat experts at RSA Conference 2015 say today's most dangerous attack techniques reflect a shift toward long-duration attacks that are often nearly impossible to detect.
- April 22, 2015
Huawei's U.S. CSO pitched the rigor of its supply chain security processes to RSA Conference 2015 attendees, but they remained skeptical at best on whether to trust the Chinese networking and security vendor.