Addressing cybersecurity can be a challenge when the focus is on speed in software development and production life cycles.
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Cisco’s just-released 2023 Cybersecurity Index shows companies will invest more in security, but the solution may be a larger tent, not more umbrellas.
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In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of phishing and malware distribution campaigns targeting Google Drive users. These attacks are designed to trick users into downloading and opening malicious files, which can compromise their devices and personal information. Phishing attacks are a common form of cyber attack that rely on social […]
So, can Android phones get viruses and malware? The answer is yes, and likewise you can do several things to…
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Admin-level holes in websites are always a bad thing… and for “bad”, read “worse” if it’s an e-commerce site.
Researchers at French offensive hacking shop Synacktiv demonstrated successful exploit chains against Tesla’s newest electric car to take top billing at the annual Pwn2Own contest.
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Amazon, one of the world’s largest online retailers, has been experiencing a significant issue with its website’s security certificate for the past few hours. Users attempting to access the site are being greeted with a warning message indicating that the connection is not private and that attackers might be attempting to steal personal information such […]
Here are some of the key moments from the five hours of Shou Zi Chew’s testimony and other interesting news on the data privacy front
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The U.S. government’s cybersecurity agency ships a new tool to help network defenders hunt for signs of compromise in Microsoft’s Azure and M365 cloud deployments.
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Enhancing collaboration and information sharing with industry partners can help mitigate threats, but concerns remain about the extent to which foreign-made equipment is embedded within the U.S. electric grid.