Windows XP, which hasn't been updated since 2014 and contains many well-known vulnerabilities, is the most common ATM operating system in India.
Looking for the best way to encrypt Windows drives? Take a pass on open-source TrueCrypt, which was recently found to have critical flaws.
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.
After a long transition period, Microsoft has ended anti-malware protection for Windows XP, meaning users should move quickly to protect machines using it.
CISOs should focus on identifying and addressing the cyber security risk at their companies. This is no small task, and it requires a bit of dexterity.
IBM X-Force report reveals the latest challenges faced by security researchers on the front lines and how attackers are recycling old spam techniques.
After almost 13 years of Windows XP, Microsoft announced that the still-popular operating system (OS) has reached its end-of-life (EOL). This means that Microsoft will no longer provide patches to new vulnerabilities found in Windows XP.
Maintaining the security of POS systems is a growing concern: The Dexter malware has been found to target customers' payment information.