According to Trustwave's 2015 Global Security Report, the vast majority of companies do not detect their own data breaches. That's not the only concern.
Organizations funnel a lot of resources into defending against zero-day vulnerabilities, but these are not the only concerns they should pay attention to.
The results of a recent study showed there are website vulnerabilities in 86 percent of online properties, and many go neglected for far too long.
Vendor security vulnerabilities can quickly become a major problem for your business, and it's up to you to minimize the risks involved.
United Airlines has become the first company in the airline industry — and one of the few non-software vendors — to launch a bug disclosure program.
Security researchers are invited to submit vulnerability reports and a functioning exploit in return for cash as part of the Microsoft bug bounty program.
Threat intelligence sharing is gaining acceptance and momentum in the security community. Here are a few suggestions to get started on the right foot.
As the security threat landscape evolves, organizations should consider using STIX, TAXII and CybOX to help with standardizing threat information.
Security vulnerabilities have surprisingly long lifetimes, and organizations can use many methods to respond to and prevent infrastructure threats.
A session at IBM InterConnect will discuss the vulnerabilities that rocked the Internet in 2014, such as Heartbleed and Shellshock, and what may come next.