Information security threats
The Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities loomed large last year, but RSAC 2019 will have little fodder on speculative execution threats and side channels attacks.
Infosec experts have argued that too much focus is put on cyber attribution, but moving away from publicly identifying threat groups and nation-states may be easier said than done.
Given the increased digitization of society and explosion of devices generating data (including retail, social media, search, mobile, and the internet of things), it seems like it might have been ...
At RSA Conference 2018, CrowdStrike demonstrated a new Meltdown exploit that can harvest sensitive data such as passwords even on systems that are patched.
With CEO Brian Krzanich's keynote at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, Intel missed an opportunity for the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities.
Kaspersky Lab finally explained how it came to possess Equation Group malware, but does the company's latest statement answer enough questions about the ongoing drama?
The Kaspersky controversy continued this week as the antivirus company responded to several explosive news stories about its relationship with the Russian government.
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.
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.
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.
Reporting by The New York Times notwithstanding, it appears to this non-lawyer that Hillary Clinton probably didn't break any laws by using a personal email account to conduct state business. But ...
There are reports emerging Friday morning of a new Trojan exploiting the MS08-067 RPC vulnerability in Windows that Microsoft patched with an emergency fix yesterday. Known as Gimmiv.A, the Trojan ...