An authentication bypass in the SSH library libSSH disclosed this week could allow attackers to takeover vulnerable servers without authentication.
Learn about digital rights management and why it is important in Data Protection 101, our series on the fundamentals of information security.
New statistics on breached data in 2018 so far, HIPAA compliance or lack thereof, and a report on Pentagon security. Catch up on the week's news with this roundup!
When it comes to the cybersecurity market, much is made of the growing skills gap. Overlooked is how this can translate to enormous potential for professionals. For the second week of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) we break down the myriad of well-paying and rewarding jobs available, and salary data for today's cyber workforce.
As part of October Patch Tuesday, Microsoft fixed a critical Win32k graphics remote code execution flaw in Windows that was being exploited in a small number of targeted attacks.
Learn how a CEO can support their company's cybersecurity in Data Protection 101, our series on the fundamentals of information security.
Bloomberg's supply chain compromise story scandal, the crisis of election security, and selling patient data on the darkweb. Dig into some of the week's best infosec stories with this roundup.
Research recently carried out by the Center for Quantitative Health at Massachusetts General Hospital found there have been 2,149 healthcare breaches, impacting 176.4 million patient records, since 2010.
Facebook said Tuesday it has no evidence that third-party sites that use Facebook Login were affected by last week's massive breach.
It's only Tuesday but if you're a system administrator that allows users to run .PDF readers by either Adobe or Foxit, you're almost certainly having a busy week already.
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