The world is becoming more mobile, but that only increases the risks facing organizations and highlights the need for application security measures.
Security researchers recently discovered a possible vulnerability in voice-over-IP (VoIP) phones that could put users at risk.
Siemens recently came under fire for high-severity vulnerabilities in some of its PLCs, highlighting a broader problem with IoT.
Products with WirelessHART networking technology have vulnerabilities that are not yet patched, which could expose industrial systems to significant risk.
Using open-source components can put application security at risk, but the efforts of a partnership between IBM and Black Duck could change that.
Many people have heard of Tor, or The Onion Router, but how many actually know the details of this privacy tool and how it came to be?
One of the best ways to deal with vulnerabilities is to look at them in context, but you need security tools that can provide that context first.
The U.S. Industrial Control System Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT) reported an increase in critical infrastructure incidents in FY2015.
Antivirus software has the potential to provide an attack surface for savvy cybercriminals — provided they can find any vulnerabilities in the tools.
Preventing zero-day exploits is a tall order, even with the help of regular security audits and penetration tests taking place within an organization.