Cisco rolls out a bevy of patches tied to vulnerabilities found in its cloud services platform, IOS software and Prime Home products.
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A House Committee report slammed the former U.S. defense contractor saying he has done “tremendous damage” to the United States national security.
The White House hired retired Brigadier General Gregory J. Touhill as the first federal CISO.
A report on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management breaches that exposed sensitive data belonging to more than 22 million people has sparked a cavalcade of finger pointing, politicking and squabbling over who knew what first.
Microsoft adds .NET Core and ASP.NET to its bug bounty program offering bug hunters payouts that range from $500 to $15,000.
EU group attempts to pin down what the rising cost of cyberattacks are on the European Union and come up short on answers as they call for a unified approach to assessing cyber risks and attack mitigation.
Industrial control system operators running Rockwell MicroLogix 1400 PLCs have been warned about a vulnerability that exposes these devices in critical industries to attack.
Juniper Networks announced patches for a serious vulnerability in the handling of IPv6 packets that is says could leave its Junos OS and JUNOSe routers open to a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack.
Researchers create a self-propagating worm that can infect a Siemens’ PLC and can be programmed to bring an industrial control platform to its knees.
Dan Kaminsky advocates fixing today’s internet before it breaks the same way it did in the 1990s.