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Last year was record-breaking by number of vulnerabilities disclosed, with a total of 20,832 such security flaws, a new Risk Based Security report reveals. [Read More]
More than 30 lawsuits have been filed against Intel by customers and shareholders over the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities [Read More]
Google Project Zero discloses unpatched Edge vulnerability that can be exploited to bypass a security feature designed to prevent code execution [Read More]
Threat actors are exploiting a recently patched vulnerability (CVE-2017-10271) in Oracle WebLogic Server to infect systems with crypto-currency mining malware. [Read More]
Several BGP daemon vulnerabilities patched in Quagga, a routing software used by several Unix platforms [Read More]
The newly discovered DoubleDoor Internet of Things (IoT) botnet is using two exploits to ensure it can bypass authentication on targeted devices and render additional protections useless. [Read More]
Security experts earned more than $100,000 for over 100 vulnerabilities reported as part of the Hack the Air Force 2.0 bug bounty challenge [Read More]
Intel opens bug bounty program to all researchers and offers up to $250,000 for side-channel vulnerabilities like Spectre and Meltdown [Read More]
Microsoft has added new capabilities to its Windows Analytics service to help IT professionals assess whether the Windows devices in their networks are protected against Spectre and Meltdown attacks. [Read More]
Nine remotely exploitable vulnerabilities have been found in Dell EMC's Isilon OneFS platform, a scale-out NAS storage platform that combines modular hardware with unified software to harness unstructured data. [Read More]

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Ashley Arbuckle's picture
By understanding and easing the cultural shift this entails, you can save time and money and sleep better at night with security occupying a seat at the DevOps table.
Travis Greene's picture
As DevOps and agile development methodologies take greater root in the enterprise, the traditional tools and approaches for eliminating vulnerabilities in code will no longer be able to keep pace.
Dan Cornell's picture
When planning a testing strategy for an application, it is important to evaluate the applicability and likely effectiveness of the various testing approach options.
David Holmes's picture
Several tech vendors have been added to the list of vendors vulnerable to a variation on the Bleichenbacher attack called the ROBOT attack.
Lance Cottrell's picture
Laws to support swift and automatic updates for all devices, and consequence to organizations that fail to ensure their IoT devices are secure, would be a big step forward for IoT security.
Jim Ivers's picture
With a software composition analysis (SCA) tool in place, security teams can quickly scan an information repository and know where vulnerable software is being used.
David Holmes's picture
The "Reaper" IoT botnet is holding itself up as a blinky light in front of our faces, reminding the InfoSec community that we really need to get ahead of IoT madness.
Torsten George's picture
We need to consider whether traditional approaches to vulnerability management are still viable and if just upgrading existing methods or tools is sufficient.
Jalal Bouhdada's picture
Vendors, practitioners and security experts must all work closely together to combat the well-funded actors who pose a threat to medical devices.
Jim Ivers's picture
Why are even the most security-conscious organizations being compromised, and what does it mean for everyone else?