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US/North America News Reporter, Infosecurity Magazine
The workforce skills gap is widening as businesses search for qualified security personnel amidst a snowballing threat landscape.
More than half (55%) of companies surveyed have already experienced a security incident due to a malicious or negligent employee.
A flaw in the service’s password reset processes meant that 4% of Instagram accounts could be rather easily compromised.
A wave of emails targeting multiple banks in the region is the first wave of data exfiltration and recon in what could be a major offensive.
The Navy sets sail for cyber-war.
The massive compromise of federal employee and contractor PII in June 2015 wasn’t the wake-up call many thought it would be.
40% of survey respondents believe too many or way too many messages are flagged for their review as part of the supervision process.
Buttarelli compared backdoors to construction companies secretly weakening one of the points of entry in every private residence.
SEC Chair Mary Jo White said major trading exchanges and financial clearinghouses have security policies that don't match the risks.
OpLGBT involves DDoS on the state and governor websites over the notorious "bathroom bill."
A fresh leak of user names and passwords stemming from the 2012 breach shows a forensics failure.
Unauthorized access through misuse of employee credentials and improper access controls is the single biggest threat.
With 15 active Nuclear control panels, the Russian perpetrators make approximately $100,000 a month.
The drive-by exploits are affecting a wide variety of sites, including a Smith & Wesson discussion forum and a credit union in Houston.
Nulled.IO's registered users who share, sell and buy leaked content, stolen credentials, nulled software and software cracks are now exposed.