In this special feature, ZDNet provides a broad overview of the security threats to businesses, and some of the ways to mitigate them that should simply not be optional.
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Bug in Linux x32 application binary interface could allow an attacker to escalate privileges.
Usernames and passwords obtained through a third party are being tested against Yahoo's servers in an attempt to break into mail accounts.
Yahoo has moved quickly to squash a bug that could have seen an attacker gain root access to its servers.
High-profile DNS amplification attacks have taught attackers how to become better at denial-of-service attacks, but organisations largely haven't learned their lesson.
User information could be up for grabs, as well as the potential to allow attackers to control services linked to Facebook via its Connect feature.
The federal agencies warn that retailers' point of sales systems are being targeted by criminals.
The social network's payout represents the largest bug bounty it has ever rewarded a researcher with.
If tomorrow's version of the internet is to be safe, countries that are yet to improve their security must do the one thing that will immediately make things worse.
The vulnerability allowed users to create administrative accounts and take over a business' Office 365 implementation.