Behavioral biometrics have evolved, and Michael Yeardley of LexisNexis Risk Solutions says the new generation of controls can not only identify the bad guy - but also "the really clever bad guy." He explains how.
Banking institutions are seeing a significant spike in multi-channel financial crimes. But Duncan Ash and Julio Gomez of Splunk say data and analytics can be key differentiators in the effort to protect sensitive financial data.
CISA is warning that sophisticated hacking groups are chaining together vulnerabilities, such as the recent Zerologon bug and other flaws, to target state and local government networks. In some cases, attackers gained access to election support systems.
Microsoft has issued additional instructions on how to better implement a patch to fix an elevation of privilege vulnerability called Zerologon in Windows Server that affects the Netlogon Remote Protocol. The update comes as Cisco Talos researchers report a spike in attempts to exploit the flaw.
U.S. government agencies are supposed to have patched the "Zerologon" vulnerability by now, about six weeks after Microsoft issued a patch. But CISA warns that too many agencies' systems remain unpatched.
The U.S. Commerce Department is banning the downloading and hosting of China-based social media apps TikTok and WeChat effective on Sunday, citing national security concerns. The announcement comes as Oracle continues to negotiate a deal for partnering on TikTok's U.S. operations.
In the year of accelerated digital transformation, software development is undergoing transition - and so is application security testing. Matt Rose of Checkmarx offers tips to ensure you get the most out of automating your AST solutions.
Independent bug hunters who find flaws in products and services often struggle to hand off their vulnerability report to someone in a position to get it fixed, says longtime security researcher Daniel Cuthbert. He describes steps organizations must take to be able to receive - and act on - bug reports.
In the three years since Equifax suffered a massive data breach, the consumer credit reporting firm says it has worked tirelessly to overhaul the security shortcomings that allowed the breach to happen. Equifax CISO Jamil Farshchi and other security experts weigh in on important lessons learned.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is ordering most executive branch agencies and departments to create vulnerability disclosure programs by March 2021. Some agencies, such as the Pentagon, already have robust programs in place.
Contact-tracing apps are continuing to take shape around the world as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Using privacy-by-design principles is critical to building trust in these apps, says privacy expert Ann Cavoukian.
An advertising software development kit called Mintegral that's embedded in 1,200 iOS apps misattributes ad clicks and logs potentially sensitive app data, security firm Snyk alleges. But Apple says there's no evidence the SDK is harming users.
Freepik Co. says an SQL injection attack led to the leak of 8.3 million email addresses and 3.7 million hashed passwords for users of its Freepik graphic resources app and Flaticon icon database platform.