Cisco alerted customers three vulnerabilities, one critical and two high, along with patches to fix them.
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A new CII Best Practices Badge program will help companies, interested in adopting open source technologies evaluate projects based on security, quality and stability.
A number of publicly disclosed vulnerabilities in Moxa networking gear won’t be patched until August, if at all, according to ICS-CERT.
Juniper Networks hopes to remove any clouds of uncertainty that its networking gear might still have a backdoor that could allow governments or hackers to snoop on traffic running through its hardware.
FBI owns up to state-sponsored hackers, known as APT6, who have infiltrated government systems for years pilfering sensitive data.
The U.S. indicted seven hackers affiliated with the Iranian government on Thursday for a series of DDoS attacks on U.S. banks and attempting to hack a New York dam.
Cisco released a critical patch for its Nexus 3000 and 3500 switches that removes a default administrative account with static credentials.
A five-year campaign focused on extracting sensitive information from Japanese oil, gas, and electric utilities through multiple backdoors was outlined by researchers on Wednesday.
Threatpost editor Mike Mimoso talks with Dewan Chowdhury, the founder and CEO of MalCrawler, about hacking power grids and describes a honeypot they built to mimic an energy management system.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap last week’s Security Analyst Summit — including lots of IoT and critical infrastructure talk, APTs like Metel and Poseidon, and more.