Archives for July, 2016
Shadow cloud services are an unavoidable part of the modern enterprise, but they present fresh security challenges. Expert Rob Shapland discusses some mitigation methods.
One of the most common problems facing organizations is dealing with many cloud migration challenges. Expert Dave Shackleford discusses the challenges and how to deal with them.
Juniper patched a crypto security bug that could allow hackers to access the company’s routers, switches and security devices and eavesdrop on sensitive communications.
Attackers behind the Neutrino Exploit Kit didn’t take long to co-op a recently patched Internet Explorer zero-day into its arsenal.
The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Microsoft regarding a controversial email privacy case with the U.S. government that involves data stored in an offshore data center.
An Internet scan of the IPv4 address space uncovered more than 100 critical facilities exposed to the public Internet, including hydropower plants in Germany and Italy.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including privacy and Pokemon GO, a new MIT anonymity system, the Fiat Chrysler bug bounty program, and a patched printer spooler vulnerability.
Digital rights advocates are again pleading with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to reconsider standardizing DRM in Encrypted Media Extensions, a draft specification that would ultimately feed into HTML 5.
Cisco today released patches for two products, including one for a vulnerability rated high criticality in Cisco IOS XR for the Cisco Network Convergence System series routers.
Academics from the University of Florida and Villanova University developed a generic ransomware detector for Windows systems called CryptoDrop.