Are organizations making the same security mistake with APIs today that they made with their websites 10 and 20 years ago? Jeffrey Costa of Akamai Technologies says yes and offers insight on securing and caching APIs.
Equifax is disputing Bloomberg's report that it suffered an undisclosed data breach, discovered in March, that predates the massive breach that began in May. Instead, Equifax says the March incident involved its payroll service and that it notified all victims and required regulators.
Even prairie dogs can recognize and report potential threats and attacks. So why after years and billions of dollars do people still struggle with this basic concept? In this presentation, PhishMe's CEO explores how to harness the common detection techniques used by these critters and lessons we can all learn from...
Equifax made an error that led to one of the largest and most sensitive data breaches of all time, and the mistake was elementary: The credit bureau failed to patch a vulnerability in Apache Struts - a web application development framework - in a timely manner.
Equifax has a new problem on its hands: Argentina. Investigators with security consultancy Hold Security discovered that Equifax's Argentina website exposed national identity numbers for at least 14,000 citizens. But the information exposure may be far more extensive.
A 10-digit PIN used by consumers to freeze access to credit reports with Equifax is based on dates and times, several observers have noticed. Equifax says it plans to change how the PIN is generated, but experts say it's another troubling development for a troubled company.
Two Russian hackers, members of a group called "Shaltay-Boltai" - Humpty Dumpty in Russian - that stole and sold high-level Russian officials' emails, have been sentenced to serve three years in prison. The case against them may tie to a high-profile Russian treason investigation.
Instagram is warning that more users were affected by a hack of its systems than it first suspected. While email addresses - and some phone numbers - for celebrities, including Emma Watson and Lady Gaga, appear to have been compromised, 6 million account holders in total may have been affected.
The FBI has arrested Chinese national Yu Pingan on charges that he was a "malware broker" for a remote-access Trojan called Sakula that was used in the massive breaches of Anthem and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, among other organizations.
Philips plans to fix alarming vulnerabilities in a web-based application used to track patient radiation exposure. Versions of the DoseWise Portal mistakenly shipped with errors, including hard-coded credentials for a database and lack of encryption for patient data.
Traditional approaches to securing data centers have focused on strong perimeter defenses to keep threats outside the network. Once attackers are inside, it's difficult to stop them.
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The latest statistics on data center breaches show that perimeter firewalls are still not impenetrable. But what cyber criminals count on is what they will find beyond the perimeter - a hardware-centric security model that has remained unchanged for years.
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Join this webinar to learn about the new Directive on Payment Services (PSD2), and the impact it has on European banks and financial service providers. This new regulation is expected to change the way we interact and consume digital banking.
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The British security researcher credited with stopping the WannaCry ransomware outbreak pleaded not guilty Monday to charges that he developed and sold a type of malicious software that steals online banking credentials.
Security expert Troy Hunt has released a massive data set of compromised passwords that's intended to help web services steer users away from picking those that have already been exposed in data breaches.