Steve Ragan is a security reporter and contributor for SecurityWeek. Prior to joining the journalism world in 2005, he spent 15 years as a freelance IT contractor focused on endpoint security and security training.
Ubisoft, the studio behind some widely popular games such as Assassin’s Creed and the Far Cry series, disclosed that they have suffered another security incident on Tuesday, and are urging users to reset their account passwords.
In its 2013 Mobile Threats Report, Juniper Networks outlines the trends and the year-over-year growth of the mobile malware market, including the fact that criminals are making a tidy profit as a result of their efforts.
In a recent campaign stemming from compromised Yahoo! accounts, users to visited the spammed link via a PC would see health-product related spam. For those who access the link on an Android device, are hit with the "NotCompatible Trojan".
The head of IT at the NIOC, Ahmad Tavallaei, posted to the Iranian Oil Ministry’s website that a technical problem – not a cyberattack – was the cause of network problems, which eventually led to a temporary shutdown.
During his talk earlier this month at RSA Conference Asia Pacific 2013, Alexander Polyakov, CTO of ERPScan, disclosed that there are thousands of unpatched and thus insecure SAP deployments online today, all over the world.
A vulnerability researcher will be at Black Hat this summer with a presentation that will include a proof-of-concept attack against network surveillance cameras that is usually reserved for the movies.