Cisco released 16 security advisories yesterday, including alerts for three vulnerabilities rated "Critical" and which received a maximum of 10 out of 10 on the CVSSv3 severity score.
A survey compiled last month at the RSA security conference reveals that most companies are still behind with proper security practices, and some of them even intentionally ignore security flaws for various reasons ranging from lack of time to lack of know-how.
Companies using SAP systems for their business software infrastructure might want to review some of their servers' settings for a configuration that if left in its default state will let an attacker gain access to a company's business data.
An Ohio court sentenced yesterday four high-ranking TERiX executives for their role in a pirating scheme through which they stole and resold Sun and Oracle firmware patches. Three of the four execs received prison sentences.
With yesterday's Patch Tuesday security fixes, Microsoft has also rolled out an update to the Windows Analytics service that will help businesses with the process of patching the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities.
Hackers have a new security flaw in their arsenal they can exploit to install POS malware on Oracle Micros point-of-sale systems.
Microsoft will add a new feature to OneDrive for Business that will let users create backup points and restore to previous versions of their entire OneDrive account.
Lenovo engineers have discovered a backdoor in the firmware of RackSwitch and BladeCenter networking switches. The company released firmware updates earlier this week.
An F-Secure security researcher has found a way to use Intel's Active Management Technology (AMT) to bypass BIOS passwords, BitLocker credentials, and TPM pins and gain access to previously-secured corporate computers.
Yesterday, Cisco rolled out Encrypted Traffic Analytics (ETA), a breakthrough technology that identifies malware in encrypted traffic without the need of intercepting and decrypting data streams.
Hackers can exploit exposed Amazon S3 buckets to carry out silent Man-in-the-Middle attacks or other hacks on a company's customers or internal staff.
Oracle has released patches for a security issue affecting the Oracle Identity Manager that has received a rare 10 out of 10 score on the CVSSv3 bug severity scale.
WhatsApp has the honor of being the most popular app on iOS enterprise devices, but also the most blacklisted app on enterprise networks.
A group with possible links to Chinese hackers has managed to break into the servers of NetSarang — a South Korean software maker — and has hidden a backdoor in the company's software packages.
One lone hacker operating out of Lagos, Nigeria was able to hack into over 4,000 organizations across the globe using basic techniques and antiquated tools, according to an investigation by researchers at Check Point.
Sensitive corporate data from customers protected by Carbon Black endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions has been found on multiscanner services, according to an investigation by DirectDefense, a provider of managed security strategies.
Lloyd's of London, one of the world's largest insurers, warns that a well executed cyber attack could cause damages around to world ranging from $53.1 billion to $121.4 billion, according to a report the company released today.
Today at the company's Inspire business conference, Microsoft announced a new service called "Microsoft 365" that bundles together three of its previous standalone services: Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security.
Intel's security team released a series of patches yesterday that fix a remote code execution (RCE) bug found in the Intel Management Engine (ME).