The incidents are the latest indication of the growing popularity of dangerous disk wipers, created to disrupt and degrade critical infrastructure and other organizations.
The complex nature of cyberattacks has increased demand for software developers, reverse engineers, and offensive specialists — attracting workers facing financial insecurity.
UK sportswear retailer asks exposed customers to stay "vigilant" against phishing attempts following cyberattack.
IT and Security Professionals Spend an Average of 4,300 Hours Annually Achieving or Maintaining Compliance
New research from Drata shows compliance remains a business challenge for many organizations.
Those who are wrangling code every day could fuel a genuinely transformational approach to security — if they are adequately upskilled.
The Instagram rate-limiting bug, found by a rookie hunter, could be exploited to bypass Facebook 2FA in vulnerable apps, researcher reports.
Experian’s annual Future of Fraud Forecast highlights five fraud threats facing businesses and consumers in 2023.
Users searching for Bitwarden and 1Password's Web vaults on Google have recently reported seeing paid ads with links to cleverly spoofed sites for stealing credentials to their password vaults.
Cybercriminals are co-opting the identities of legitimate US financial advisers to use them as fodder for relationship scams (aka "pig butchering"), which end with the theft of investments.
The Journal, Artificial Intelligence in the Life Sciences, Highlights the Contributions of Women in Artificial Intelligence in the Life Sciences
The launch of a new article collection and webinar by the journal AILSCI recognises prominent female scientists in the field of AI.
Solutions that provide more actionable results — remediation that frees up engineers, processes which integrate security into software development from its design, along with automation, IAC, and tool consolidation — are among the DevSecOps strategies that will prevail this...
Organizations are struggling to procure appropriate technical tools to address responsible AI, such as consistent bias detection in AI applications.
Organizations care about data privacy, but their priorities appear to be different from what their customers think are important.
Chris Kirsch, CEO of runZero, sits down with Dark Reading’sTerry Sweeney for a Fast Chat on the importance of asset discovery.
Data Privacy Day rolls around year after year, and data privacy breaches likewise. Two-thirds of data breaches result in data exposure.
A nasty SSRF bug in Web Services plagues a laundry list of enterprise printers.
Google has mounted a massive takedown, but Dragonbridge's extensive capabilities for generating and distributing vast amounts of largely spammy content calls into question the motivation behind the group.