“Rolling-PWN attack” targets Remote Keyless System on Honda vehicles
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Compliance and ZTNA are driving encryption into every aspect of an organization’s network and enterprise and, in turn, forcing us to change how we think about protecting our environments. (Matt Wilson)
Cyberattacks have exposed a myriad of vulnerabilities in our healthcare infrastructure, and will continue to do so as new and innovative medical technologies are developed. (Galina Antova)
Deepfakes are becoming increasingly popular with cybercriminals, and as these technologies become even easier to use, organizations must become even more vigilant. (Derek Manky)
Threat actors really only stop when their infrastructure is disrupted and their flow of funds disappears. (Landon Winkelvoss)
Anna Tutt, CMO of Oort, shares her experiences and perspectives on how we can accelerate growth of women in cybersecurity. (Marc Solomon)
Less than a week after announcing that it would suspended service indefinitely due to a conflict with an (at the time) unnamed security researcher...
Drupal released updates that resolve four vulnerabilities in Drupal core and three plugins.
The supply chain threat is directly linked to attack surface management, but the supply chain must be known and understood before it can be...
Apple has released updates for macOS, iOS and Safari and they all include a WebKit patch for a zero-day vulnerability tracked as CVE-2023-23529.
VMware vRealize Log Insight vulnerability allows an unauthenticated attacker to take full control of a target system.
A CSRF vulnerability in the source control management (SCM) service Kudu could be exploited to achieve remote code execution in multiple Azure services.
Lexmark warns of a remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability impacting over 120 printer models, for which PoC code has been published.
GoAnywhere MFT users warned about a zero-day remote code injection exploit that can be targeted directly from the internet