500,000 victims pummeled in multi-stage BitBucket malware scheme

The number of malware types deployed is "unprecedented," according to Cybereason.

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Duo CEO Dug Song: We have to make security simple

by Greg Otto • 3 weeks ago

"We need to re-design our security experiences and workflows into things that can easily be adopted by users," Song says. "Because if there’s friction, they will find a different path."

Cybersecurity’s warranty challenge

by cyber_admin • 1 month ago

Enterprises are facing a tough choice: patch a system and break a warranty or leave a vulnerability to be fixed by an equipment manufacturer?

Exclusive: PR software firm exposes data on nearly 500k contacts

by Greg Otto • 2 months ago

The company removed the bucket from the open internet after being contacted by CyberScoop.

German manufacturer says malware has caused ‘significant disruption’ to plants in three countries

by Sean Lyngaas • 5 months ago

Parent company Rheinmetall Group said it expects to lose 3 to 4 million euros per week, starting next week.

Hey, industry: Cybersecurity needs to be a safety essential in your products

by cyber_admin • 7 months ago

As technology advances and the world becomes more connected, the risk of cyberattacks on vehicles, personal electronic devices and even airborne drones increases.

DHS warns of vulnerability that could be used to alter flight data in small planes

by Sean Lyngaas • 7 months ago

The aviation sector appears to be lagging in securely implementing a popular networking standard for machinery.

British Airways fined $229 million under GDPR for data breach tied to Magecart

by Jeff Stone • 7 months ago

GDPR fines are getting real.

'Small stickers' were enough to trick a Tesla's autopilot to drive into the wrong lane

by Jeff Stone • 11 months ago

By placing three stickers over road markings, researchers caused the Tesla to move to the wrong side of the road.

Toyota data breach affects up to 3.1 million customers

by Sean Lyngaas • 11 months ago

The breach, which affected Toyota Tokyo Sales Holding Inc. and its affiliated enterprises, was the second high-profile cybersecurity incident at Toyota in as many months.

Researchers found a way to hack those ubiquitous electric scooters

by Greg Otto • 1 year ago

A researcher with San Francisco-based Zimperium discovered a way to manipulate a Xiaomi M365 scooters via the device's Bluetooth connection.

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