In yet more evidence of the security shortcomings of government websites in India, a researcher determined that the websites of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, or BSNL, the state-run telecommunications company, were hackable because of SQL injection vulnerabilities.
Anyone who dined out at one of 166 Applebee's restaurants in 15 states may have had their payment card details compromised by point-of-sale malware infections that began in November 2017, RMH Franchise Holdings warns.
Although more organizations are adopting cloud access security broker technology, CASB policy templates and runbooks, as well as best practices, are still evolving, says Rohit Gupta, group vice president for cloud security products at Oracle Corp.
Equifax has identified 2.4 million U.S. consumers whose names and snippets of their driver's license numbers were stolen, adding to one of the worst breaches in history, which resulted in personal data for most U.S. adults being exposed.
Digital certificate vendor Trustico is facing a new crisis after a researcher tweeted about an apparent root-level access flaw in the company's website. The alert comes after Trustico's CEO admitted that his company was archiving private keys for digital certificates.
To prepare for compliance with the EU's GDPR, which will be enforced beginning in May, organizations must adopt a "privacy by design" approach, says Subhajit Deb, CISO at Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, an India headquartered pharmaceutical company that does business in 11 countries.
Digital certificate vendor Trustico is sparring with DigiCert, which recently took over Symantec's digital certificate business, over a serious security incident. The private keys for at least 23,000 Trustico digital certificates have been compromised, prompting a scramble to protect affected websites.
Cybersecurity company mergers and acquisitions continue. Among the major deals: The sale of PhishMe to a privacy equity syndicate and Splunk's purchase of Phantom. But these are just the latest in a series of moves so far this year as consolidation continues.
Despite the millions of dollars companies invest in cybersecurity programs, advanced persistent attackers constantly devise new means of breaking into corporate environments. How can deception technology offer a new alternative? Ofer Israeli of Illusive Networks explains.
A new strain of the Petya ransomware called "Bad Rabbit" is impacting business and sweeping across Russia and Ukraine, among other Eastern European countries. Like many of the other ransomware outbreaks, understanding fact from fiction is the first step in staying safe.
An analysis of a massive 8.8 GB trove of files containing usernames and plaintext passwords suggests hundreds of services may have experienced unreported or undiscovered data breaches. Data breach expert Troy Hunt says the trove of 80 million records appears to contain fresh data.
Punjab National Bank, which has been in the news for a $1.8 billion fraud incident, got more bad news when a security company revealed that payment card information for as many as 10,000 of the bank's customers has been for sale on the dark web. The two incidents do not appear to be related.
As banking institutions of all sizes maximize their digital channels, there is growing tension between the need to prevent fraud and the desire to maintain a frictionless customer experience. IBM Trusteer's Valerie Bradford discusses how to defuse this tension.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has released revised guidance "to assist public companies in preparing disclosures about cybersecurity risks and incidents." It includes new prohibitions on trading in corporate shares after a breach has been discovered but before investors have been notified.
As India continues its move to a cashless economy, the PCI Security Standards Council is collaborating with the Reserve Bank of India and the National Payments Corp. of India to roll out new software-based design standards for protecting cardholder data against new threats, says Jeremy King, PCI SSC's international...