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Manufacturers fail to eradicate simple security flaws in network-connected devices, allowing attackers to infect hundreds of thousands with malware that turn them into botnet nodes.
Verizon's 2017 Data Breach Investigations Report finds that hacking and malware are the leading causes of breaches, with ransomware use growing.
New service from Cloudflare provides a buffer network for IoT devices that can help protect against unpatched vulnerabilities and cyber-attacks.
The security sector remains hot, and venture capitalists are looking to profit by investing in various areas of the market. This slide show looks at seven security vendors that raised venture funding in April.
While some numbers have shifted, a Verizon researcher says that, year-over-year, little has actually changed and the same types of attacks continue to be successful.
The NoTrove online scam advertising network makes use of thousands of different domains to deliver payloads and potentially unwanted programs.
Even though the majority of companies will at some point experience a ransomware attack, most do not know how to appropriately recover from one. Here's what you should do.
According to Symantec, attackers are increasingly "living off the land," using email, macros and Powershell to exploit end users.
Shadow IT continues to present a problem as the average number of cloud services in use per enterprise rose to 1,071, up from 1031 during the previous quarter, according to the company's latest study.
Dell Security's end-user security survey reveals common activities that could be exposing global organizations to security risk.
Security firm Rapid7 discloses flaws in Hyundai Motor America's Blue Link mobile app that could have potentially enabled a hacker to attack a vehicle.
Simply using HTTPS to make sure a software update is secure isn't enough to fully validate that a given update hasn't been tampered with. That's where The Update Framework can help.