While security solutions can certainly help organizations fight ransomware and other threats, the best defense is a robust risk governance strategy.
PostgreSQL developers announced a round of patches to address more than 50 bugs and three vulnerabilities in the popular database management system.
The August Android Security Bulletin has been published, and it enumerates over 40 security risks that Google recently fixed in the Android OS.
For many companies, vulnerability management still amounts to an ongoing game of whack-a-mole to identify and remediate threats.
Researchers discovered unpatched vulnerabilities in radiation monitoring devices (RMDs) that attackers could leverage to breach nuclear power plants.
When patching legacy systems is simply not an option, security teams must take steps to minimize the risks associated with outdated software.
Researchers uncovered two security vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows that could put businesses at risk of credential forwarding and password cracking.
Google recently disclosed 138 Android vulnerabilities, including media framework issues that could enable attackers to execute arbitrary code remotely.
Going Through a Rough Patch in Your Security Program? Consistent Software Patching Can Solve Security Woes
Effective and consistent software patching can solve the majority of common security challenges, yet many organizations struggle with patch management.
Attackers could exploit a vulnerability known as the Stack Clash bug to gain full root privileges, according to researchers at security firm Qualys.