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April 20, 2018
Following its controversial lawsuit against an Ars Technica security reporter, Keeper Security has teamed with Bugcrowd on a formal vulnerability disclosure program.
April 19, 2018
Bug bounty programs may seem to offer salvation at a bargain price for securing networks and systems, but Katie Moussouris offers tips for avoiding major pitfalls.
March 09, 2018
Tenable.io Lumin enables organizations to gauge their 'cyber exposure' to vulnerabilities and allows them to compare remediation efforts against industry benchmark data.
January 26, 2018
Intel first learned of the Spectre vulnerabilities on June 1, but a confidential document shows the chipmaker didn't inform OEM partners until almost six months later.
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A major SAML vulnerability was found in Slack that granted expired login credentials permission into the system. Matt Pascucci explains how this 'confused deputy' problem was handled. Continue Reading
Equifax's Apache Struts vulnerability was an example of a scan not being read correctly. Kevin Beaver explains vulnerability scans and how issues can be missed by security teams. Continue Reading
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Web security vulnerability scanners often focus on large applications within the enterprise. However, there are plenty of overlooked web systems that contain hidden flaws. Continue Reading
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The SQL Slammer worm has re-emerged to attack a vulnerability in Microsoft SQL Server 2000. Expert Nick Lewis explains what enterprises can do to manage out-of-date systems. Continue Reading