Archive

Back to homepage
Hardware/Network

Consumers not willing to compromise when it comes to IoT security

Nearly three quarters of consumers expect manufacturers of connected IoT devices to protect their devices from hacks, according to Karamba Security. Click here to view original webpage at www.helpnetsecurity.com

Software

Cutting through the noise surrounding threat intelligence

With billions of records breached each year, businesses now understand the need to learn and think from the criminal’s perspective. In today’s world of escalating threats, criminals are always figuring

Software

How to test employee cyber competence through pen-testing

Social engineering hacking preys on the vulnerabilities inherent in human psychology, so it’s vital for organizations to test employee cyber competence. Click here to view original webpage at www.helpnetsecurity.com

Software

Unpatchable KeyWe smart lock can be easily picked

A design flaw in the KeyWe smart lock (GKW-2000D), which is mostly used for remote-controlled entry to private residences, can be exploited by attackers to gain access to the dwellings,

Vendor News

Facebook AI Launches Its Deepfake Detection Challenge

In September, Facebook sent out a strange casting call: We need all types of people to look into a webcam or phone camera and say very mundane things. The actors

Software

The Cybersecurity Doomsday Clock: What Time is it?

This truism is regularly used to camouflage flagrantly inadequate cybersecurity. There might not be such a thing as perfect security, but there is such a thing as woefully inadequate security, technologies peppered

Industry Insights

Healthcare Provider Agrees to Cough Up $6M to Settle Data Breach Lawsuit

American healthcare provider Banner Health has agreed to pay the alleged victims of a 2016 data breach $6 million. Banner Health operates 28 hospitals and specialized facilities across six states, providing jobs

Artificial Intelligence

How artificial intelligence is shifting the model risk management landscape

An increasing reliance on models, regulatory challenges, and talent scarcity are driving banks toward AI. Without risk, there are no rewards. Financial institutions, by their very nature, are risk-taking entities.

Industry Insights

10 things security teams should focus on, according to AWS’ CISO

Amazon Web Services (AWS) chief information security officer and president of security engineering Steven Schmidt has detailed 10 things he thinks should be of the highest value to every security

Software

Abundance of cybersecurity tools puts enterprises at risk

New research from the enterprise security firm ReliaQuest has revealed that a rapid increase in the number of security tools used by enterprises is limiting their return on investment while