1.2M SOHO Routers Vulnerable to Compromise
A flaw in the network address translation port mapping protocol (NAT-PMP) opens up networking devices to information interception.
Synthetic Identity Fraud Risk Skyrockets
The average fraud rate for synthetic identities has increased more than 100% since 2010.
Ebola Spam Spreads A Different Kind of Infection
As a new Ebola patient in New York City goes into isolation at the hospital, and a Dallas nurse is released after having beaten the virus, the fixation of the public on the hemorrhagic illness is at an all-time high.
Q3 POS Malware Spikes as Retailers Succumb
Damballa report finds Backoff malware infection jumped 57% in August
Pre-built Code Inserts 24 Flaws into Each Web App
Veracode analysis highlights problem of third party and open source components
Russia and China Edge Out US With Proposed Cyber Security Pact
Two nations look to build closer ties as Washington looks on
Q3 DDoS Attack Volumes Are the Largest Ever Seen
The Internet of Things, multi-vector attacks and amplification are all critical factors for the DDoS landscape.
JPMorgan: Hackers Had Access to 90 Servers for Two Months
But new details of the hack emerge, as regulators consider vendor regulations.
Twitter Looks to Kill Passwords
"Digits," for app developers, which allows users to sign up or sign into an app using their phone number and an SMS code.
Alert Logic Opens UK Security Operations Center
Security-as-a-service firm beds down in Europe with Welsh SOC
Malvertising Campaign May Have Exposed Three Million Users Per Day
Proofpoint claims ransomware attacks could have netted criminals $25,000 daily
Americans More Afraid of Identity Theft than Being Shot
Chapman Survey finds internet crime is high on list of fears