NIST Proposes Secure Software Development Framework

NIST Proposes Secure Software Development Framework

NIST proposes a Secure Software Development Framework to address software supply chain attacks Applying software updates and patches as soon as possible is a cyber security best practice, but what if an ...
Formjacking allows hackers to steal payment card data and other information submitted through online forms

How to Protect Your Business Website from Formjacking

Formjacking allows hackers to steal payment card data and other information submitted through online forms As individuals become more savvy about avoiding phishing emails, and enterprises get better at filtering them out ...
Dragonblood Vulnerabilities Discovered in WPA3 WiFi Standard

Dragonblood Vulnerabilities Discovered in WPA3 WiFi Standard

Dragonblood flaws in WPA3 impact the very technology that was supposed to make it safer than WPA2. Last year, the Wi-Fi Alliance announced the launch of the WPA3 WiFi security standard, which ...
Ransomware-as-a-service lowers the bar for entering the entering the cyber extortion game

What Is Ransomware-as-a-Service? Understanding RaaS

Ransomware-as-a-service lowers the bar for entering the entering the cyber extortion game Ransomware isn’t a new threat. It first rose to prominence back in 2016, when Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center shelled out ...
What Your Cloud Business Needs to Know About SOC 2 Certification

What Your Cloud Business Needs to Know About SOC 2 Certification

A guide to SOC 2 compliance for SaaS developers and other cloud services providers As cyber threats present greater risks to enterprises of all sizes and in all industries, more are requiring ...
Chinese Hackers Pose a Serious Threat to Military Contractors

Chinese Hackers Pose a Serious Threat to Military Contractors

Chinese hackers have successfully breached contractors for the U.S. Navy, according to WSJ report. The years-long Marriott Starwood database breach was almost certainly the work of nation-state hackers sponsored by China, likely ...
Top Cyber Security Threats Facing Enterprises in 2019

The Top Cyber Security Threats Facing Enterprises in 2019

The top cyber security threats your organization may encounter in 2019 The cyber threat environment is becoming more dangerous every day. A recent survey by the World Economic Forum revealed that cyber-attacks ...
NIST Issues Guidance for Medical IoT Device Security

NIST Issues Guidance for Medical IoT Device Security

As the popularity of medical IoT devices grows, so do security vulnerabilities. There are more connected devices than there are humans on Earth. Organizations have been as quick to embrace the Internet ...
Penetration Tests vs. Vulnerability Scans: Understanding the Differences

Penetration Tests vs. Vulnerability Scans: Understanding the Differences

Penetration tests and vulnerability scans are related but different cyber security services The difference between penetration tests and vulnerability scans is a common source of confusion. While both are important tools for ...
Cyber Security Lesson Brief from the Under Armour Breach

Cyber Security Lesson Brief from the Under Armour Breach

The Under Armour breach provides lessons in the do’s and don’ts of enterprise cyber security and compliance with the EU GDPR Last week, athletic apparel manufacturer Under Armour announced that its popular ...
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