May 2019: Two courses expose cybercriminals' tools and techniques Promo Organisations can no longer afford to rely on prevention systems alone to protect them from increasingly numerous and determined adversaries who can find their way round most of today's monitoring tools.…
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued an alert to warn of critical vulnerabilities impacting numerous Medtronic devices, which are exploitable with low skill level. read more
Industrial cybersecurity firm CyberX on Monday announced that it raised another $18 million in a strategic funding round. read more
Researchers have found that one of the most popular source code repositories in the world is still housing thousands of publicly accessible user credentials.
Two hacking groups have been spotted targeting websites running unpatched versions of the WordPress plugin Easy WP SMTP.
Researchers rated six of the 11 newly launched cars as being easy to open up and drive off with a cheap relay device anyone can buy online.
From an ex-employee from IT hell to Window 7's upcoming patchocalypse, and everything in between. It's weekly roundup time!
Boffins show how to nab radioactive contraband, by looking for 'electron avalanches' Lasers could be used to detect radioactive material secretly transported to and from ports one day, according to a group of physicists from the University of Maryland in the US.…
Satellite Vulnerability: a post-Cold War issue?
Caliphate falls but its ‘crocodile’ cells plot to maul the WestFascinating document describing the next phase of the ISIL insurgency. Plus some complaints about management, because any bureaucracy, even a terrorist organization, has problems with management.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency wrongly released to a contractor the personal information of 2.3 million survivors of devastating 2017 hurricanes and wildfires, potentially exposing the victims to identity fraud and theft, a government watchdog reported Friday. read more
Plus, two crooks craft a veritable fraudocopia Roundup This week we got freaked out about heart implant hacks, welcomed a new Microsoft security tool, and endured yet another Facebook fsck up.…
Cisco this week released security patches to address high severity vulnerabilities in its IP Phone 8800 Series and IP Phone 7800 Series. A total of five vulnerabilities were addressed, all impacting the web-based management interface of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Software of IP Phone 8800 Series. read more