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Researchers find attackers can abuse the design of Microsoft Azure Guest Agent to recover plaintext administrator passwords.
An open letter to former colleagues in Homeland Security, peers in private sector cybersecurity firms, those who own and operate critical systems, academics, and politicians.
Expedia announces a breach exposing 880,000 customer records to the world.
Stamos will remain in his position through August, according to a report in The New York Times.
Aggregating threat intel from external data sources is no longer enough. You must look inside and outside your traditional knowledge base for the best way to defend against attacks.
The Spectre/Meltdown pair has a set of major effects on computing but there are impacts on the organization that IT leaders might not have considered in the face of the immediate problem.
A vulnerability report threatened falling skies over AMD processor vulnerabilities that are real but limited in impact.
'Crumple Zones' in crypto mechanisms can make it possible - but astronomically expensive - to access encrypted data, say researchers from Boston University and Portland State University.
DragonFly hacking team that targeted US critical infrastructure compromised a network router as part of its attack campaign against UK energy firms last year.
Nearly one-third of all cyberattacks worldwide are against operations technology (OT), or industrial networks, a new report by Siemens and The Ponemon Institute shows.
Microsoft is offering a short-term bug bounty program for speculative execution side-channel vulnerabilities and threats.
Impending deadline got you freaking out? These five tips might help you calm down, at least a little.