98% of top 1,000 U.S. websites were reported to be inadequately secured against client-side attacks which raise significant alarm bells about the current state of modern web architecture.
Economist Nouriel Roubini predicts first-ever cyber war in 2020 between U.S. and countries such as China, Russia, Iran and North Korea, with US presidential election being the catalyst.
The IT security industry is facing a new wave of hacking through smart technology, machine learning, and artificial intelligence where hackers will unleash unethical tactics to target and manipulate individuals and organizations.
Even with 64% of cloud security incidents stemming from unauthorized access, businesses are still underestimating access security with only 7% of security leaders citing account takeovers as top risk.
A WhatsApp security flaw on the desktop version was recently discovered that allows hackers to rifle through user accounts and remotely access their files on PC via malicious messages.
Third-party systems form a critical component of customer experience in current digital marketplace. Companies should be aware of third party risks at all times while reaping the benefits of the increased integration.
40% of Dark Net vendors are selling targeted hacking services designed for Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies, from stolen credentials to custom malware to infiltrate bank ATMs.
Recent SWIFT report shows an evolution of cyber threats to international payment flows with cyber criminals becoming increasingly sophisticated in evading detection when carrying out fraudulent payment transactions.
Open source software components are useful for software development yet vulnerable to attacks due to its openness. What are some of the best security practices in managing them?