As we near the end of one year of living with COVID-19, the pandemic is creating new U.S. daily records for infections, hospitalizations and deaths. "The whole country is on fire," says pandemic expert Regina Phelps.
Point-of-sale device manufacturers Verifone and Ingenico have released fixes for flaws in some of their devices after researchers found the vulnerabilities could have enabled attackers to steal payment card data, clone cards or install malware.
Vulnerability management is vulnerable. This year's transformation has revealed new gaps in processes and tools, inspiring a new evolution to the discipline of Vulnerability Management, Detection and Response. Mehul Revankar of Qualys discusses VMDR and how to embrace it.
Following the discovery that attackers Trojanized SolarWinds' Orion software, expect the list of organizations that were running the backdoored network-monitoring tool to keep increasing. But with this being a suspected cyberespionage operation, attackers likely focused on only the juiciest targets.
What should incident responders grappling with the complex online attack campaign that successfully distributed a Trojanized version of SolarWinds Orion network monitoring software to customers focus on first? See these four essential alerts, which are already being updated.
Cybersecurity is a legitimate - and significant - business risk, and it's time to frame the topic appropriately, says Robert Hill, CEO of Cyturus. He shares insight on how to discuss cyber risk appropriately with C-level leadership and the board of directors.
Warning: The breach of FireEye disclosed last week traces to a sophisticated campaign involving Trojanized versions of SolarWinds Orion software used by hundreds of large businesses and government agencies. Experts are urging users to immediately upgrade the software and begin looking for signs of compromise.
In light of the widespread apparent impact of the hack of SolarWinds' network management tools, it's time for a frank assessment of the lack of cybersecurity progress in recent years. Consider a "60 Minutes" report from 2015 - and where we're at today.
Five U.S. government agencies have been hit so far via a sophisticated supply chain attack. The intrusions appear linked to subverted software updates for SolarWinds' Orion network monitoring product, which is widely used by businesses and the U.S. government.
A 4GB data archive belonging to Panasonic India has been released by a hacker who waged an extortion plot. The company says no highly confidential data was revealed, but a look at the data suggests otherwise.
Fraud explodes in tough times, and do times come any tougher than they have with COVID-19? In this latest Cybersecurity Leadership panel, CEOs and CISOs describe their efforts to spot and stop emerging fraud schemes involving synthetic IDs, social engineering and greater insider risks.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has upheld its designation of Chinese telecom company Huawei as a national security threat, rejecting the firm's appeal of the ruling. Meanwhile, it's starting proceedings that could revoke China Telecom's permission to provide communications services within the U.S.
What critical factors should organizations consider before taking the step of paying extortionists a ransom in hopes of regaining access to systems or avoiding the release of data in the wake of a ransomware attack? Former FBI special agent Vincent D'Agostino provides guidance.
Permanent Account Numbers and other personally identifiable information of 7 million debit and credit cardholders in India are circulating on darknet discussion forums, an independent security researcher has discovered.