A federal judge has ordered Capital One to turn over a forensics report covering its 2019 data breach, which has been sought by plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit. The report, if it becomes public, could shed light on one of last year's biggest breaches.
With increasing numbers of mobile users, branch offices,
data, and services located outside the protections of
traditional network security appliances, organizations
are struggling to keep pace and ensure the security, privacy,
and integrity of their networks and, more important, their
99.7% of web apps have at least one vulnerability. Yet, most security professionals admit their app security strategies are immature.
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Proof-of-concept code has been released to exploit a severe Citrix vulnerability present in tens of thousands of enterprises. Citrix says it's developing permanent patches but that enterprises should use its mitigation guidance. In the meantime, attackers are hunting for vulnerable machines.
In what's likely the first of many investigations, the New York attorney general's office announced late Tuesday that it's launching a Capital One probe following the disclosure that over 100 million U.S. residents had their personal data exposed in a breach. Meanwhile, class action lawsuits are looming.
There are three reasons why your web and mobile application performance matters even more than before: Expectations of your customers are increasing; mobile usage has higher business impact than before; and last but not least, your users are expanding globally faster. These trends have increased pressure on...
Studies have consistently shown that improving page speed
will result in better user engagement, higher conversion rates,
and lower bounce rates. For this reason, providing a great user
experience is one of the top initiatives for any web or mobile
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Cyberattacks are still successful. Breaches continue to occur. And each time we ask the same questions: why and how did this happen? We know the steps we're taking to protect ourselves are clearly inadequate. So what exactly is missing in our fight against cybercrime, and what do we do about it?
In this book,...
Cyberattacks should be more top of mind than ever before. These attacks have never been limited to an individual endpoint, an individual system, or an individual company. Threat actors can now spread malicious content and execute attacks all over the world, crossing borders - and industries - in a matter of seconds....
Web application security is much more than an IT problem. It can become a significant business problem if not handled aggressively. Attacks on web applications can circumvent your security and harm your business in myriad ways by creating unwanted downtime, reducing availability and responsiveness, and shattering...
DDoS attacks. Bad bots. Web server vulnerability exploits. The number of threats to websites and internet-facing applications is growing every day. The best way to protect your business from harmful incoming web traffic is to block it with a powerful web application firewall (WAF). But not just any WAF will do. It's...
As the guardians of their enterprises' ever-expanding attack surfaces,
security architects look for more effective ways to deliver threat
protection and to coordinate it with threat detection and remediation.
Next-generation firewalls (NGFWs), which typically anchor security
architectures, are the linchpins of...
Software Applications are one of the more challenging types of log sources you will integrate into your enterprise logging strategy, but they are also one of the most important.
The more awareness you have into what's happening in your environment, the more calculated actions you can take to mitigate risk.