Academics hack a Tesla, cybercrime costs Germany billions, and a biotechnology company admits it was phished - catch up on the week's infosec news with this wrap-up!
SAP released its monthly critical patch update for September this week, fixing 14 vulnerabilities, including some that could have allowed users to access restricted data or cause a database server to crash.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights recently detailed steps organizations should take to secure protected health information (PHI) on electronic media and devices.
Why the midterm elections are hackable, the price of privacy, and more - catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
Until it was fixed last week, an error in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request portal exposed information belonging to requesters, including full and partial Social Security numbers.
A four year old vulnerability resurfaces, experts on California's privacy bill, and more -- catch up on this week's infosec news with this roundup!
A flaw in Epic Games' Fortnite Android installer could have allowed an attacker to silently install malware on devices. The company's CEO took umbrage with the way Google disclosed the vulnerability this week.
The PCI Security Standards Council released a new tool Tuesday designed to help small merchants better protect their customers' payment card data.
A breach at T-Mobile, discovered seven days ago, exposed the personal information of two million customers.
The Apache Software Foundation released patches on Wednesday for a critical vulnerability in Apache Struts - the culprit behind last year's Equifax breach - that could allow attackers to remotely execute code.
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