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BrandPost: DevOps at Wells Fargo

Portions of this post were originally posted on the Puppet blog, and are republished here with Puppet's permission.As one of the world's largest banks,...

Linux nasty kicks weak, hacked gadgets when they’re already down

Linux-Proxy-10 allows crooks to remain anonymous online Several thousand Linux devices have been infected with a new Linux-based trojan, Russian security software firm Doctor Web...

Networks Getting Younger As Organisations Start To Embrace Workplace Mobility, IoT,...

The number of enterprises with at least one security vulnerability is the highest in five yearsLondon, UK - 9 November 2016 - Enterprises across...

10 decisions you'll face when deploying a honeypot

Honeypots provide the best way I know of to detect attackers or unauthorized snoopers inside or outside your organization. For decades I've wondered why honeypots...

Internet of Things Devices Used to Boost Scale of DDoS Attacks

NEWS ANALYSIS: More than a million security cameras, video recorders and other devices were used in attacks on a U.S. security researcher and French...

The Secret Behind the NSA Breach: Network Infrastructure Is the Next...

How the networking industry has fallen way behind in incorporating security measure to prevent exploits to ubiquitous routers, proxies, firewalls and switches. Advanced attackers are...

FalseCONNECT sends vendors scrambling to patch proxy MITM bug

Protocols pwned, but patches parachuted for many popular platforms For the many people that dislike corporate proxies, this probably won't be much of a surprise:...

Industrial cybersecurity threat landscape

 Download ICS availability statistics (PDF version)  Download ICS vulnerabilities statistics (PDF version) Overview Industrial control systems (ICS) surround us: they are used in electric, water and wastewater,...

Not so fast: Some security defaults shouldn't change

There's an old security mantra that says "always change the defaults!" Although this seems like a good general rule, in fact it's true only...