Farsight Security's platform will offer no-cost access to certain tools and services.
The Trojan once used in attacks against Windows systems has been transformed into a multiplatform tool targeting macOS and Android.
VulnerableThings.com is intended to help vendors meet the terms of a host of new international IoT security laws and regulations.
At least three campaigns are now underway.
New York's Department of Financial Services calls for more cybersecurity regulation at social media firms following the "jarringly easy" Twitter breach.
Famed bookseller says non-financial data was exposed in a new attack.
Phase 1 removes Zoom servers from the key generation and distribution processes.
London's Hackney Council says some services may be slow or unavailable as it looks into a cyberattack affecting services and IT systems.
The attack, which now includes extortion components, has moved into its second week.
So far, the company has doled out $288,000 to five researchers who, in three months, found 55 vulnerabilities in its corporate infrastructure.
Microsoft reports a new campaign leveraging the critical Zerologon vulnerability just days after nation-state group Mercury was seen using the flaw.
Budgets are on the rise, even in a time of revenue worries across the industry.
The US has seized 92 domain names used by Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps to spread a worldwide disinformation campaign.
The Emotet malware dropper is seeing an upsurge in new activity in the second half of 2020.
MERCURY, the Iranian advanced persistent threat group, is using Zerologon in a new series of attacks detected by Microsoft.