RSA Conference 2017 was full of talk about future IoT attacks, but Intel Security's Christopher Young said the Mirai botnet is still an enormous threat and demonstrated why that is.
With no single trend or theme dominating at RSA Conference 2017, this year's show will still have plenty of material on machine learning, IoT security and much more.
A sharp rise in cloud file sharing and collaboration activity is creating big problems for security teams – even when the number of security incidents is miniscule.
Headlines about Android malware often gloss over just how difficult the process is for a user to install a malicious app on a device. Let's talk about that.
SkyHigh Networks was awarded another patent for its CASB platform. The newest patent is for technology for managing encrypted enterprise data used in cloud applications and services.
The antivirus industry has been under fire lately, and Microsoft's Windows 10 Anniversary update has added new troubles for antivirus software vendors.
Netskope's second patent for its cloud access security broker techhnology illustrates how the CASB market is evolving and what that means for potential investors and suitors.
In the wake of the httpoxy vulnerability, should environment variables be considered harmful? Perhaps, but they are just so useful.
Hospitals and healthcare organizations are far too vulnerable to cyberattacks, and a recent healthcare security study shows the issue isn't just outdated legacy technology -- medical professionals ...
Symantec's $4.65 billion acquisition of Blue Coat Systems could lead to a dramatic shift at the antivirus vendor, but what does the deal mean for the cloud access security broker space?
Encryption shouldn't be used to protect people from themselves, especially if it gets in the way of innovation.
According to market forecasts, more companies are investing in cybersecurity and that spending is likely to increase dramatically in the next few years. MarketsandMarkets has forecast cybersecurity ...
MobileIron's enterprise mobile management software wasn't installed on the iPhone of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook. Was that the right move?
Vulnerability branding was once a practice that elevated understanding of flaws and potentially led to better remediation, but now serves as little more than marketing for security researchers.
The technology industry has allowed the debate over encryption and "going dark" to get out of hand. But it can start to right that wrong at RSA Conference next week.