A vulnerability in global airline check-in software used by 500 airlines could have been exploited to download other individuals' valid boarding passes, potentially giving them access to restricted airport spaces, warns security expert David Stubley. The flaw in Amadeus travel software has now been fixed.
George Orwell's "1984" posited a world in which Big Brother monitored us constantly via "telescreens." But thanks to our "smart" AI home assistants - from Google, Amazon and others - we're increasingly installing the monitoring equipment ourselves, and it may "hear" much more than we realize.
Applications have become primary targets for two vastly different, but equally dangerous, types of cyberattacks. Successful application breaches can lead to financial fraud, stolen IP, and business disruption.
As mass-scale attacks become more sophisticated, leading organizations are benefiting from behavioral biometrics to protect their most valuable assets.
Facing a daily stream of attacks that outdated solutions could not identify, one top international bank implemented 360-degree protection for one of their most...
Getting hit by "constantly-changing attacks" is the new normal in a developing threat landscape.
One eCommerce company used the NuData platform to identify and adapt to evolving attacks.
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As digital touch points rise, so too do consumer expectations of simplicity, convenience, and security.
These expectations surrounding the merging of digital and physical interactions open the door to new opportunities and even bigger challenges.
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In the wake of digital transformation, there remain some organizations that - for security reasons - resist the temptation to move to the cloud. What are their objections? Zscaler's Bil Harmer addresses these, as well as the critical questions security leaders should ask of cloud service providers.
Fraud schemes have migrated in recent years, exposing inherent vulnerabilities in how most organizations authenticate users. This calls for outlining new strategies and tools for evolving authentication practices beyond solely payments security.
Payment fraud schemes are becoming more sophisticated, and threats now...
Security professionals are hard-wired to focus on the technical aspects of cyber attacks during a breach response, but non-technical aspects are often deceptive and go overlooked. Identity can be a powerful tool to bolster your defenses - and the untapped market potential is huge.
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Digital transformation impacts the way that organizations deal with cybersecurity risk. For SMBs in particular, it is essential to place security at the center of this transformation.
With 13 million data hacks a data hacks and 30 million records lost a day, it is important for organizations to not undermine the...
In today's modern DevOps organizations, demonstrating security and compliance is still essential whether you are building in the cloud or on prem. As cloud infrastructure continues to evolve through the adoption of microservices and containers - demonstrating compliance becomes even more challenging.
The debate over whether the U.S. government should have the right to force weak crypto on Americans has returned. Here's what hasn't changed since the last time: mathematics and the choice between strong crypto protecting us or weak encryption - aka backdoors - imperiling us all.
Fraud schemes have migrated in recent years, exposing inherent vulnerabilities in how most organizations authenticate users. Diego Szteinhendler of Mastercard outlines new strategies and tools for evolving authentication practices beyond solely payments security.