The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating the exposure of personal and mortgage-related records from First American Financial Corp., according to security blogger Brian Krebs. First American spent $1.7 million on the incident in its second quarter, but investigations and lawsuits are looming.
The web, mobile, and API-based applications that power your digitally-connected organization are under attack by malicious automated bots and bad actors. Unfortunately, many of these attacks are undetectable by traditional security technologies. So how bad is the problem, and what can you do to protect yourself? ...
Apple is opening up its bug bounty program to all researchers, increasing the rewards and expanding the scope of qualifying products in a bid to attract tips on critical software flaws. The changes were announced at last week's Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas.
A new variant of the Ursnif Trojan is targeting vulnerable systems in an attempt to steal banking passwords and other credentials. The malware is spreading through infected Microsoft Word documents, and it has the ability to evade advanced security filters, according to security researchers at Fortinet.
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Researchers with Armis have disclosed 11 zero-day vulnerabilities in the VxWorks real-time operating system that is used in some 2 billion embedded devices. Of all the "Urgent/11" vulnerabilities, six of the flaws are considered critical.
Did you know that public exploits for business applications have increased 100 percent since 2015? Today, over 77 percent of the world's transactional revenue touches an ERP system, making these applications an attractive target for cyber criminals looking to profit from the highly-sensitive and regulated data that...
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report describes the accidental discovery of a Tesla software vulnerability. Also featured: an analysis of the latest ransomware trends and insights from former federal advisers Richard Clarke and Robert Knake on cyber resilience.
A vulnerability in global airline check-in software used by 500 airlines could have been exploited to download other individuals' valid boarding passes, potentially giving them access to restricted airport spaces, warns security expert David Stubley. The flaw in Amadeus travel software has now been fixed.
Software vulnerabilities sometimes have an uncanny knack of revealing themselves, even when a bug hunter is looking someplace else. Sam Curry's probing eventually revealed a cross-site scripting flaw in a Tesla service, which netted him a $10,000 bounty.
Security researchers have found yet another unsecured database that left personal data exposed to the internet. In this latest case, a MongoDB database containing about 188 million records, mostly culled from websites and search engines, was exposed, researchers say.
Applications have become primary targets for two vastly different, but equally dangerous, types of cyberattacks. Successful application breaches can lead to financial fraud, stolen IP, and business disruption.
Video conferencing vendor Zoom has opted to make major changes to its Mac application after a security researcher found several weaknesses in it. The changes come after the researcher refused a bug bounty and instead went public after 90 days, putting pressure on Zoom.
If you analyze any of the recently published cyber attacks, two patterns emerge:
80-90% of the attacks exploit an unpatched vulnerability or an unhardened, widely open system
70% of the attacks begin at the endpoints
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