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!
A Russian man pleaded guilty this week to running Kelihos, a botnet that for years helped facilitate a lengthy spam and credential-harvesting campaign.
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.
Learn about the Chief Compliance Officer role in Data Protection 101, our series on the fundamentals of information security.
Why the midterm elections are hackable, the price of privacy, and more - catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
18 security pros share their top tips and best practices for securing a remote workforce.
Researchers have published a paper on a new side-channel attack that essentially turns Android devices into sonar systems. It allows attackers, via acoustic signals, to track a person's finger movements on devices, something which could allow them to capture sensitive data, like passwords.
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.
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