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At Black Hat Europe, a security researcher details the main evasion techniques attackers are currently using in the cloud.
Cloud-native application protection platform (CNAPP) addresses security challenges in multicloud environments, including integrating applications across multicloud or hybrid cloud environments.
The supply chain attack is piggybacking off an earlier breach to deploy new wiper malware.
By Owais Sultan
A phishing scam is not only about stealing your login credentials, but it can also install malware, including ransomware, which is why it is essential to learn how to tackle this growing threat.
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To be most effective, protective DNS services need to constantly reassess and rescore domains as additional data comes in.
Increased federal cybersecurity regulations provide a pivot point for manufacturers to reconsider their access management strategy.
Here is everything you need to know about the first two days at the Pwn2Own hacking contest.
This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: Pwn2Own Day 1 and 2: Samsung, HP, MikroTik & Netgear Pwned
More than three-quarters of police and emergency responders worry about ransomware attacks and data leaks, while their organizations lag behind in technology adoption.
IE is still a vector: South Koreans lured in with references to the deadly Halloween celebration crowd crush in Seoul last October.
Ransomware groups are constantly devising new methods for infecting victims and convincing them to pay up, but a couple of strategies tested recently seem especially devious. The first centers on targeting healthcare organizations that offer consultations over the Internet and sending them booby-trapped medical records for the "patient." The other involves carefully editing email inboxes of public company executives to make it appear that some were involved in insider trading.