According to a study published last week hospital breaches accounted for one third of all data breaches and affected the largest number of victims from 2009 to 2016.
In the latest episode of the Digital Guardian podcast, Christopher "Tophs" Elisan, Principal Malware Scientist at RSA, describes recent malware trends he's seen, two approaches to thinking about breaches, and the dangers of attributing attacks.
Data protection jobs, Bitcoin phishing, and Amazon S3 leaks -- catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
Researchers said Tuesday the app was vulnerable to a right-to-left override attack, something which let attackers trick unsuspecting users into installing malware.
Researchers said Monday the Olympics were hit by new and destructive data-wiping malware last week.
Google announced this week it will flag all HTTP websites "Not Secure" later this summer in hopes of fostering a more secure web.
Olympic hacking, bug bounties, and data regulation -- catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
Data was compromised following a breach due to what Swisscom is calling a "misappropriation of a sales partner's access rights."
Adobe issued an emergency patch this week to fix a critical vulnerability in Flash Player hackers were using in attacks.
in the latest episode of the Digital Guardian podcast Ron Gula, President of Gula Tech Adventures, recounts his early days in security—including his time as a penetration tester for the NSA and at Tenable Network Security—and describes how he's seen the industry change over the years.
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