Financial services organizations must contend with not only advanced hackers, but also common malware attacks, panelists said at the Kaspersky Lab Cyber Security Summit.
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U.S. regulators are warning banks about a recent rash of ATM fraud and the ongoing risks DDoS attacks targeting public websites can pose.
The one threat that some experts have warned about for years and has never emerged is cyber terrorism, a former top U.S. intelligence official said.
DNS-based DDoS amplification attacks are using home and small office routers as a jumping off point. Attackers are taking advantage of weak router configuration and lax policies against open resolvers to execute attacks.
A researcher has identified a number of issues with the security of the Tesla S, including its dependence upon a weak one-factor authentication system linked to a mobile app that can unlock the car remotely.
Internet service providers in Turkey have been intercepting traffic to Google’s DNS servers and redirecting it.
Some versions of Philips internet-enabled SmartTVs are vulnerable to cookie theft and an array of other tricks that abuse a lax WiFi setting.
The federal government is looking for a way to relax the laws to make it simpler for law enforcement agents to target and compromise the computers of suspects involved in criminal cases.
When attackers broke into the network of the University of Maryland last month, the university’s wasn’t sure how to react. The organization had never had a major security incident before, and this one qualified as major: 310,000 Social Security numbers and other information was gone. And then three weeks later, it happened again. Wallace Loh,[...]