NEWS ANALYSIS: Many details about the government's email and phone surveillance program that were previously unknown or not clearly understood emerged from a House Intelligence Committee public hearing on June 18.
Research from security vendor Checkmarx revealed that 12 of the top 50 plug-ins for the WordPress platform are susceptible to attacks such as SQL injection and cross-site scripting.
StopTheHacker offers a one-time $149 Website vulnerability-patching service designed to identify and eliminate threats.
The programs will help the security firm expand its network of channel partners and drive growth for its cloud-based identity and access management platform.
By deploying DigiCert's dual-mode data certification, DataMotion will make secure messaging quicker through the federal government's Direct Project data-transfer protocol.
NEWS ANALYSIS: You must parse company denials carefully to realize that while they're telling the truth about surveillance requests, it's not the whole truth.
In the wake of the NSA PRISM controversy, the software giant sheds some cryptic light on the scale of the U.S. government's surveillance into its users.
The latest update to OWASP's annual list has some familiar faces, including injection flaws and cross-site scripting.
Apple, joining Facebook and Microsoft, says it received customer data requests from the U.S. government, but only just learned of the PRISM surveillance program.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Cyber-sleuths use tools that appear to have come straight out of a science fiction movie in their quest to detect attacks in time to raise defensive shields.
The latest variant of the Zeus Trojan attempts to hire people to move stolen money to offshore accounts.
The FDA has issued an alert on protecting medical devices from malware and cyber-threats. The Department of Homeland Security delivered a similar warning.
The rise of cloud computing and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives, as well as the proliferation of mobile devices, has had a major impact on the way businesses of all sizes implement and execute their business continuity and disaster recovery plans, according to an extensive survey prepared by network operator AT&T. The results from the latest annual business continuity study brings to light several trends regarding how businesses are preparing themselves for potential disasters and threats, which include the adoption of wireless network capabilities, cloud services and mobile applications. With the increase in IT budgets, companies are increasingly utilizing the cloud for their business continuity plans to help minimize the impact of potential threats and disasters, and as companies look beyond the potential impact of natural disasters to the impact of network security events, they continue to expand their disaster plans accordingly. AT&T has been conducting this study for 12 consecutive years, surveying IT executives from companies in the United States with at least $25 million in annual revenue to measure the national pulse on business continuity planning.
With the pxGrid platform, Cisco is inviting security software developers to create applications for Cisco’s ISE management software.
Microsoft makes its Windows Azure cloud services platform a bit more hacker-resistant with a security feature that Web-facing tech companies are increasingly embracing.