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The company is still investigating a massive hack that drew headlines two weeks ago.
For the first half of 2021, almost $600 million was linked to ransomware payments thanks to reports filed by financial services firms.
The incident caused instability to the company's systems and customer service channels.
Researchers find that lax ICS security is putting critical services at risk of exploitation.
With the increase in natural disasters like wildfires and severe hurricanes, having a method to keep power on is becoming an necessity. We look at a surprisingly viable alternative technology to the old-school gasoline-powered generator.
Google's state-sponsored hacker alerts are outpacing last year's warnings by a big margin. Turn on multi-factor authentication, it warns.
Malware researchers reckon this botnet has made millions by exploiting an easy shortcut taken by many.
Users will need the latest version of WhatsApp to take advantage of the new functionality.
Governor Mike Parson called a St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter a "hacker" and threatened criminal prosecution because he notified state officials about a database that exposed the sensitive information of 100,000 educators.
CISA listed multiple ransomware attacks on water facilities this year, including ones in California, Maine and Nevada.
The company has faced overwhelming criticism from users, who took to social media to say their accounts had been hacked and used to buy phones or make other charges.
The countries agreed ransomware is an "escalating global security threat with serious economic and security consequences."
Hackers breached the Taiwanese company's servers in India this week.
The HP Wolf Security threat research team said the average time for a business to apply, test and fully deploy patches with the proper checks is 97 days.
YubiKey Bio builds biometric authentication into a security key
Everyhting you need to know about iOS and iPadOS securoty, all in one place.
This is the ultimate security key for professionals.
Durable, fully reversible connectors, encapsulated in epoxy resin, and with updatable firmware.
I'm usually wary of security apps, but iVerify by Trail of Bits is different. It comes highly recommended and offers a lot of features in a small download.
FIPS 140-2 Level 3 compliant storage drive with wireless unlock feature and remote management. IP57 rated for dust and water resistance.
The Netgear BR200 Insight Managed Business Router has been designed to be easy to set up, and features a built-in firewall, VLAN management, and remote cloud monitoring, and can be managed from anywhere you have an internet connection.
The YubiKey 5C NFC can be used across a broad range of platforms -- iOS, Android, Windows, macOS and Linux -- and on any mobile device, laptop, or desktop computer that supports USB-C ports or NFC.
The new Aegis Secure Key 3NXC builds on Apricorn's Secure Key 3z and Aegis Secure Key 3NX, taking the same proven form-factor and physical keypad, and adding something that users have been asking for -- USB-C support.
Transparency in security.
Certo AntiSpy is not an app. Instead, it is a utility that you download and install on a Windows or Mac, and you use that to scan a backup of your iOS or iPadOS for subtle signs of intrusion.
Would you like to spend less time unlocking your Android smartphone? Android has you covered.
Quite a few readers have expressed an interest in seeing what's inside a super-secure DataLocker DL3 encrypted hard drive. Well, let's get the screwdrivers out and take a look!
External hard drive featuing AES 256-bit XTS mode encryption and a built-in LCD keypad.
Millions of us have adopted smart home and IoT devices, but these products continually prove themselves to be vulnerable endpoints. Here are some of the most noteworthy IoT cyberattack examples of this year.
ZDNet Security Update: Danny Palmer talks to Ed Williams, Director of SpiderLabs EMEA at Trustwave, about how cyber criminals get into networks and what they actually do once inside.
ZDNet Security Update: Danny Palmer talks to Zuzana Hromcová, malware researcher at ESET about the anatomy of powerful cyber attacks against web server software and how to protect against these threats.
Tonya Hall asks Matt Bradley, vice president at OnSolve, how artificial intelligence can help companies manage data breaches and other critical events.
Tonya Hall asks Richard Hummel, manager at Netscout, about the latest cyberattack trends and why the number has skyrocketed.
Tonya Hall talks to Dr. Sridhar Ramaswamy, CEO and Co-founder at Neeva, about how a subscription-based search engine protects users' privacy and deliver better results.
Daphné Leprince-Ringuet says quantum computers are a major threat to security protocols, but Verizon claims this 'quantum-safe' VPN is future-proof. Read more: https://zd.net/3hyWPOi
ZDNet Security Update: Danny Palmer talks to the Alan Turing Institute's Prof. Carsten Maple about the increased use of digital identity systems such as vaccine passports -- and what's required to make them trustworthy and secure.
Danny Palmer tells Beth Mauder about three things you should be doing to keep your online accounts secure from cyber criminals. Read more: https://zd.net/3njaVr4
ZDNet Security Update: Danny Palmer talks to John Donovan, CISO at Malwarebytes about the impact stress has on information security teams and how to help improve well-being of employees.
Danny Palmer tells Beth Mauder about LockBit ransomware and how aggressive new techniques mean it's becoming a potent cyber threat. Read more: https://zd.net/3Btcs1n
ZDNet sits down with Surfshark's CMO, Regimantas Urbanas, to learn more about what Surfshark offers that other VPNs do not, general VPN usage tips, and how the company looks to attract new and experienced VPN users. Read more: https://zd.net/3ynvR1J
Tonya Hall asks Dr. Ron Ross, computer scientist and fellow at NIST, what does a security by design mindset imply for companies.
ZDNet Security Update: Danny Palmer talks to Theresa Payton, CEO of Fortalice Solutions and former CIO at The White House, about the problem of ransomware and the disruption it could cause if we don't act now.