Too many enterprises remain chained to outdated and vulnerable identity and access management technologies - legacy systems that rely on passwords, eat budgets and kill productivity. Baber Amin of Ping Identity and Cody Cook of ProofID preview a new virtual roundtable on Modern IAM.
A sophisticated strain of ransomware called Tycoon has been selectively targeting education and software companies since December 2019, according to a joint report released by BlackBerry and KPMG. Due to its unique development, this crypto-locking malware can target both Windows and Linux systems.
Separate state-sponsored phishing attacks unsuccessfully attempted to infiltrate the campaign offices of President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, according to Google. The incidents illustrate ongoing election security challenges.
Bobby Ford, CISO of Unilever, a multinational consumer goods firm, says the shift to a work-from-home environment requires an intensified focus on email security as well as identity and access management.
The Maze ransomware gang is hosting and promoting data stolen by other ransomware operators on its "Maze News" website, according to IBM researchers, who are concerned this could be a sign of growing collaboration among cybercrime groups.
A radiology technician allegedly inappropriately accessed thousands of patient records for more than eight years, according to a newly filed breach report from Kaiser Permanente Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States. The incident is yet another example of the challenges of dealing with insider threats.
The shift to working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic has led to an increase in mobile phishing campaigns, with attackers targeting remote workers whose devices lack adequate security protections, according to the security firm Lookout. Many of these campaigns are designed to steal users' banking credentials.
Researchers at the security firm Trustwave have disclosed six vulnerabilities in SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise 16.0 (ASE) database software, with two rated as critical. These two vulnerabilities could enable attackers to perform arbitrary code execution and tamper with a system's data.
Worries over ransomware and malware are slowing down enterprise IoT deployments, which is a reflection of the reputational and customer relationship risks at stake, according to a new survey. Here's what enterprises need to keep in mind when selecting security technology for IoT.
Two ransomware incidents recently reported to federal regulators as health data breaches illustrate that the surge in such attacks shows no signs of abating. Security advisers offer risk mitigation tips.
Thousands of unpatched Exim email servers are potentially vulnerable to a critical flaw that the NSA says Russian-backed hackers are attempting to exploit, according to the security firm RiskIQ, which also warns of two other Exim vulnerabilities that should be patched.