vishing, businesses, deepfake, misinformation, AI, deepfake technology

The Silent Threat: Why Vishing is Causing Major Problems for Businesses

The alarming rise in vishing attacks underscores the need for businesses to prioritize cybersecurity and remain vigilant in the face of evolving threats ...
Security Boulevard
How to Prevent & Protect Your Website Against Content Theft

How to Prevent & Protect Your Website Against Content Theft

| | learning center, Scraping, threats
Worried about content theft? Stay one step ahead in %currentyear% & explore the latest techniques, tools, & legal considerations to protect your valuable online content ...

0-days, n-days, too many days

A software vendor, a threat actor, and a bug bounty hunter walk into a bar. The bug bounty hunter goes “have you guys heard about this new bug I just spotted?” “Never ...
cybersecurity passwords LastPass Ransomware Data Breach Notifications: Too Complex To Understand

Survey Surfaces Disconnect Between Cybersecurity Confidence and Reality

A survey found that despite rating their ability to detect cyberthreats highly, well over half of respondents experienced a breach in 2023 ...
Security Boulevard
Azure Devops Zero-Click CI/CD Vulnerability

Azure Devops Zero-Click CI/CD Vulnerability

| | AppSec, Legit, SCMS, threats
The Legit Security research team has found and reported a zero-click attack that allowed attackers to submit malicious code and access secrets. The vulnerability does not require any action from the project ...
SLSA Provenance Blog Series, Part 4: Implementation Challenges for SLSA Provenance for Enterprises

SLSA Provenance Blog Series, Part 4: Implementation Challenges for SLSA Provenance for Enterprises

| | AppSec, threats
In previous parts of the series, we dived into the concept of SLSA Provenance and the in-toto framework that empowers it.Next, we learned about the challenges of adopting SLSA provenance as an ...
GitHub, PyTorch and More Organizations Found Vulnerable to Self-Hosted Runner Attacks

GitHub, PyTorch and More Organizations Found Vulnerable to Self-Hosted Runner Attacks

| | AppSec, DEVOPS, threats
Last July, we published an article exploring the dangers of vulnerable self-hosted runners and how they can lead to severe software supply chain attacks. A recent blog post by security researcher and ...
Customer Spotlight: Next Level Urgent Care

Why the US Needs Comprehensive Cybersecurity Legislation

Taking a hands-off approach to cybersecurity is no longer good enough for any organization. In ...
2024: Reflecting on a Dynamic, Tumultuous Cyber Year

2024: Reflecting on a Dynamic, Tumultuous Cyber Year

As we step into 2024, it's crucial to reflect on the cyber landscape of the past year, marked by significant breaches that underscore the persistent challenges in securing our digital lives. Here ...
SLSA Provenance Blog Series, Part 3: The Challenges of Adopting SLSA Provenance

SLSA Provenance Blog Series, Part 3: The Challenges of Adopting SLSA Provenance

| | threats
In part 2 of the series, we dived into the internals of the provenance document to understand its content and usage. In this part, we will explore the different SLSA levels for ...