T-Mobile released a statement on Thursday informing customers that it has experienced a data breach in which attackers were able to gain access to “certain information.” Limited details were immediately available but a spokesperson confirmed that around 2 million customers are believed to have been affected.
Machine learning and artificial intelligence can help guard against cyberattacks, but hackers can foil security algorithms by targeting the data they train on and the warning flags they look for.
Liz Upton from the Raspberry Pi Foundation made a shocking revelation, someone has offered cash to install a malware into its tiny computers.
Turkish systems are suffering a major cyber attack which is causing serious problems to organizations in the country. Is is an act of Information warfare?
In this lecture, Professor Mickens continues the topic of buffer overflows, discussing approaches to such control hijacking attacks.
MIT 6.858 Computer Systems Security, Fall 2014 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-858F14 Instructor: Nickolai Zeldovich In this lecture, Professor Zeldovich gives a brief overview of the class, summarizing class organization and the concept of threat models.
More than just a router. The open-source center of your home.
MagSpoof is a device that can spoof/emulate any magnetic stripe or credit card *wirelessly*.
Security researchers from ESET uncovered the Roaming Tiger hacking campaign, bad actors in the wild are targeting Russian organizations.
A honeypot set up by researchers at the SANS institute has shown that hackers have already attempted to exploit the Juniper backdoor.
Who planted the Authentication Backdoor in the Juniper ScreenOS? Security experts are making their speculation, but interesting revelations are coming out.
At tonight's Democratic national debate Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton calls tech companies to work on a new Manhattan Project for Encryption.
Lost and stolen devices account for 45 percent of all breaches in Verizon's new health care data breach report.
"Want to keep using the pacemaker? "" pay us 2 bitcoins" Experts fear that ransomware will start targeting medical devices.
EMC and Hartford Hospital have agreed to pay US$90,000 to Connecticut in connection with the loss in 2012 of an unencrypted laptop containing patient information of 8,883 residents of the state, according to the state's attorney general.
Healthcare has become a favorite target for criminals, and some medical organizations are reacting by looking at outside providers to keep their data secure.But jumping to the cloud without first taking some precautions can be a mistake, experts say.
A survey of major industries reveals health care organizations are below average in secure coding.
Companies in the healthcare sector are three times more likely to encounter data theft than the average firm, according to a report released this morning.
Ad injection and other "man-in-the-middle" techniques will have a tougher time installing themselves onto PCs.
44 per cent of Internet users admit having shared their passwords or stored them in visible places.
Frankly, I'm surprised. Is it the revelation that Juniper had "unauthorized code" in their Netscreen product? Is it that a third party could reportedly remotely access these systems? Is it that VPN traffic could be decrypted?
I'm seeing in the news today that a subset of Twitter users have been receiving notifications that they may well be the targets of surveillance by nation state actors. Step one, let's all take a deep breath.
A group of computer scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has developed the most secure SMS text messaging system.
Tens of millions of users would be unable to access HTTPS websites that only use SHA-2-signed certificates, Facebook and Cloudflare have warnedMillions of Web users could be left unable to access websites over the HTTPS protocol if those websites only use digital certificates signed with the SHA-2 hashing algorithm.
Cryptographic key reuse is rampart in European payment terminals, allowing attackers to compromise them en masse.
Security firm Zscaler discovered a malicious campaign based on a new strain of the Spy Banker banking malware.
FireEye says it has discovered a type of malware designed to steal payment card data that can be very difficult to detect and remove.The cybercriminal group behind the malware, which FireEye nicknamed "FIN1," is suspected of being in Russia and has been known to target financial institutions.
The malware, which FIN1 calls Nemesis, infected an organization that processes financial transactions, which FireEye did not identify.
A criminal named Hacker Buba after asking UAE bank for $3 million ransom started leaking customer data online.
A new strain of PoS malware dubbed Pro PoS Solution is available for sale in the underground forums.
American Express appears to have used a weak algorithm to generate new card numbers.
(ISC)2 CISSP Certified Information Systems Security Professional Official Study Guide, 8e & CISSP Official (ISC)2 Practice Tests
CISSP All-in-One Exam Guide, Eighth Edition
CISSP Practice Exams, Fifth Edition
Applied Cryptography: Protocols, Algorithms and Source Code in C
Enterprise Risk Management: From Incentives to Controls
Censys is a new Search Engine for devices exposed on the Internet, it could be used by experts to assess the security they implement.