With the promise of a widely available COVID-19 vaccine on the horizon, Europol, the European Union’s law-enforcement agency, has issued a warning about the rise of vaccine-related Dark Web activity. The agency joins a chorus of security professionals that have concerns about widespread attacks on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout. The warning comes after Europol discovered…
According to Cyberseek, an interactive mapping tool that tracks the current state of the security job market, there are more than half a million open cybersecurity positions available in the U.S. alone (522,000).
A CISA alert is flagging a critical default credentials issue that affects 100+ types of devices found in hospitals, from MRI machines to surgical imaging.
Adobe fixed three critical-severity flaws in Adobe Prelude, Adobe Experience Manager and Adobe Lightroom.
It remains unknown as to why Microsoft is allowing a spoof of their very own domain against their own email infrastructure.
A new set of vulnerabilities has been discovered affecting millions of routers and IoT and OT devices from more than 150 vendors, new research warns.
Feds are warning that adversaries are exploiting a weeks-old bug in VMware’s Workspace One Access and VMware Identity Manager products.
The developers behind the Android malware have a new variant that spies on instant messages in WhatsApp, Telegram, Skype and more.
The hotly anticipated game — featuring a digital Keanu Reeves as a major character — is being used as a lure for cyberattacks.
As hackers put a bullseye on healthcare, Threatpost spotlights how hospitals, researchers and patients have been affected and how the sector is bolstering their cyber defenses.