The Belkin Wemo Insight smart plug continues to be at risk of zero-day attacks nearly one year after a vulnerability was first disclosed, security researchers discovered.
Security researchers discovered a new ransomware family called Unnam3d that moves targeted files into protected RAR archives and demands an Amazon gift card as ransom.
When the perspectives of CISOs and experts at RSAC 2019 are viewed as a continuum, you can begin to see a story emerging about the state of cybersecurity in 2019.
Many enterprises are utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) technologies as part of their overall security strategy, but results are mixed on the usefulness of AI in cybersecurity settings.
The first quarter of 2018 saw a rise in cybersecurity threats such as ransomware, Internet of Things (IoT) vulnerabilities and zero-day threats.
Crypto-mining and Internet of Things (IoT) attacks are among the top internet security threats in 2018, according to a new report.
The best way to remediate zero-day threats is to focus on proactively assessing and patching the vulnerabilities that facilitate them.
The increasing sophistication of cybercriminals has led to a significant surge in zero-day malware, according to a recent report.
A zero-day vulnerability can be absolutely catastrophic for an organization. Zero-day exploits remain popular and widely available on Dark Web forums.
Preventing zero-day exploits is a tall order, even with the help of regular security audits and penetration tests taking place within an organization.