Cybersecurity News


SAP notifying 9% of customers about security bugs in some cloud products

SAP says an internal security review found issues with seven of its cloud products.
05 May 2020

SAP notifying 9% of customers about mysterious cloud products security holes

SAP says an internal security review found issues with seven of its cloud products.
05 May 2020

Attackers Adapt Techniques to Pandemic Reality

Over the past several months, threat actors have quickly shifted their tactics to take advantage of interest in the coronavirus, two studies find.
05 May 2020

Microsoft Challenges Security Researchers to Hack Azure Sphere

Participants can earn up to $100,000 for finding severe flaws in Microsoft's Linux-based Azure Sphere IoT operating system.
05 May 2020

Breach Hits GoDaddy SSH Customers

The October 2019 breach left some customer data open to hacking eyes.
05 May 2020

Spear-Phishing Attack Spoofs EE To Target Executives

Spear-Phishing Attack Spoofs EE To Target Executives Researchers say spear-phishing emails purporting to be from telecom giant EE are being sent to top corporate execs.
05 May 2020

Instacart Patches Security Bug That Would Have Let Attackers Spoof SMS Messages

Attackers could have exploited the issue to lead online shoppers to malicious websites or to get them to download malware, Tenable says.
05 May 2020

VPN Concerns with Unplanned Remote Employees

VPN Concerns with Unplanned Remote Employees Maintaining visibility and availability when you suddenly have a large remote footprint takes planning.
05 May 2020

A hacker group tried to hijack 900,000 WordPress sites over the last week

Massive hacking operations causes a 30 times spike in bad traffic.
05 May 2020

Cloud Startup Orca Security Raises $20M Series A

The Israeli cloud security startup has built a platform to help organizations gain greater visibility into multicloud deployments.
05 May 2020

Malicious Use of AI Poses a Real Cybersecurity Threat

We should prepare for a future in which artificially intelligent cyberattacks become more common.
05 May 2020

Women in Payments: Q&A with Julie Quandt


Julie Quandt used to be the only woman in the room at her corporate meetings. In this month’s Women in Payments blog series, find out why that’s changing and why the good old days of not having to wait in line for the ladies’ room at industry conferences may now be over.

05 May 2020

GoDaddy Hack Breaches Hosting Account Credentials

GoDaddy Hack Breaches Hosting Account Credentials The domain registrar giant said that the breach started in October 2019.
05 May 2020

New Kaiji Botnet Targets IoT, Linux Devices

New Kaiji Botnet Targets IoT, Linux Devices The botnet uses SSH brute-force attacks to infect devices and uses a custom implant written in the Go Language.
05 May 2020

Post-Pandemic Presentation Plans

Coming to a conference near you -- who knows when.
05 May 2020

Google Android RCE Bug Allows Attacker Full Device Access

Google Android RCE Bug Allows Attacker Full Device Access The vulnerability is one of 39 affecting various aspects of the mobile OS that the company fixed in a security update this week.
05 May 2020

Europol arrests hackers behind Infinity Black hacker group

Polish police arrests five hackers for selling stolen user credentials and hacking tools.
05 May 2020

Designing Firmware Resilience for 3 Top Attack Vectors

Firmware has become an increasingly prevalent target for hackers. Here's how to stop them.
05 May 2020

The Firefox password manager now tells you when you use leaked passwords

The Firefox password manager also tells you when a website has suffered a security breach.
05 May 2020

Enterprises throw money at cybersecurity but half of attacks are still a success

Mandiant says that intrusions, policy evasion, and reconnaissance are commonplace in today's enterprise environments.
05 May 2020