System admins can never be sure of where the next online attack will come from, which is why Yahoo has released a new Web application security scanner.
Many companies are now considering their own bug bounty program, and HackerOne has designed a free assessment tool to get the ball rolling.
Seemingly simple security flaws can cause major damage for organizations, most often in the form of massive data breaches caused by the vulnerability.
Many organizations struggle to find the right authentication methods for their employees and needs, but they can ill afford to let malpractice continue.
It wasn't all that long ago that Windows XP was present in the vast majority of enterprises. In fact, it's still prevalent, bringing many security risks.
There are a few common mobile app vulnerabilities that enterprises may be overlooking even as they complete security tests. Here's a few to watch out for.
The Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) has been completely redone to more accurately reflect the scope and impact of vulnerabilities.
Security-conscious browsers are planning to say goodbye to the RC4 algorithm by February 2016 in favor of more advanced encryption methods.
Google and Adobe are limiting the ability of Adobe's Flash Player to run multimedia ads, but those actions may not be enough to stop cybercriminals.
Amazon is prohibiting ads using Flash Player for its site, which may be the final straw for organizations concerned about ongoing security risks.