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3 Mobile Security Problems That Most Security Teams Haven't Fixed Yet

Mobility must be included in the security operations workflow so that company data is protected regardless of where remote workers are located.

What Should I Do If Someone Is Impersonating My Company in a Phishing Campaign?

Two security awareness advocates from KnowBe4 provide some solid suggestions.

Do DevOps Teams Need a Company Attorney on Speed Dial?

In today's regulatory and legislative environment, companies and individuals are exposed to lawsuits over security breaches, resulting in significant fines and ending careers.

Malware Found Hidden in Android Utility Apps, Children's Games

The 'Tekya' malware, as researchers call it, is designed to imitate the user's actions to click advertisements.

New APT Targets Middle Eastern Victims

The new malware, dubbed "Milum," can take control of industrial devices.

How to Secure Your Kubernetes Deployments

As more companies shift their software to a microservices-based architecture and orchestrate their containerized applications in Kubernetes, distributed security controls become a must.

FBI Warns of Fake CDC Emails in COVID-19 Phishing Alert

Fraudsters exploit concerns by claiming to offer virus-related information or promising stimulus checks.

Dark Reading Cybersecurity Crossword Puzzle

Here's a little something to snuggle up with if you're on lockdown.

Proof of Concept Released for kr00k Wi-Fi Vulnerability

The code demonstrates a relatively simple method to exploit a vulnerability in more than a billion devices.

500,000 Documents Exposed in Open S3 Bucket Incident

The open database exposed highly sensitive financial and business documents related to two financial organizations.

Facebook Got Tagged, but not Hard Enough

Ensuring that our valuable biometric information is protected is worth more than a $550 million settlement.

Security Lessons We've Learned (So Far) from COVID-19

Takeaways about fighting new fires, securely enabling remote workforces, and human nature during difficult times.

This Tax Season, Save the Scorn and Protect Customers from Phishing Scams

As security professionals, it's easy to get cynical about the continued proliferation of tax ID theft and blame the consumers themselves. But that doesn't help anyone.

Remote Workforce Jumps 15% In Two Weeks

Netskope reports the total number of remote employees is the highest it has ever observed.

Hellman & Friedman Acquires Checkmarx for $1.5B

The private equity firm will buy Checkmarx from Insight Partners, which will continue to own a minority interest.

Fewer Vulnerabilities in Web Frameworks, but Exploits Remain Steady

Attackers continue to focus on web and application frameworks, such as Apache Struts and WordPress, fighting against a decline in vulnerabilities, according to an analysis.

What Cybersecurity Pros Really Think About Artificial Intelligence

While there's a ton of unbounded optimism from vendor marketing and consultant types, practitioners are still reserving a lot of judgment.

Princess Cruises Confirms Data Breach

The cruise liner, forced to shut down operations due to coronavirus, says the incident may have compromised passengers' personal data.

A Lesson in Social Engineering

What kind of school project is this?

Texas Chose to Fight Ransomware and Not Pay. What About the Rest of Us?

Law-abiding folks like us applauded Texas for its bravery - but would we have the steel will to stand on the side of justice if it happened to us? Probably not.