Quarterly highlights Targeted attacks The second quarter often saw phishers resort to targeted attacks, especially against fairly small companies. To attract attention, scammers imitated email messages and websites of companies whose products or services their potential victims could be using. The scammers did not try to make any of the website elements appear credible as…
Appropriate use of native security controls in AWS and other CSPs is fundamental to managing cloud risk and avoiding costly breaches.
An inside look at how nation-states use social media to influence, confuse and divide — and why cybersecurity researchers should be involved.
Researchers went into detail about the discovery and disclosure of 19 security flaws they found in Mercedes-Benz vehicles, which have all been fixed.
The consumer-electronics giant has suffered partial outages across its U.S. website and internal systems, reportedly thanks to the Maze gang.
Attackers can listen in on internet traffic for high-value targets a continent away, like shipping fleets and oil installations, using some basic home-television gear.
Cisco recently patched the high-severity flaw, which could allow remote, unauthenticated attackers to launch DoS attacks against its popular small business switches.
At Black Hat 2020, Patrick Wardle disclosed an exploit chain that bypasses Microsoft’s malicious macros protections to infect MacOS users.
Black Hat 2020 session discusses how high-wattage connected devices like dishwashers and heating systems can be recruited into botnets and used to manipulate energy markets.
Government hopes to avoid interference in the upcoming November presidential vote with a hefty reward.