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As homomorphic encryption gains steam, experts search for standards

by Sean Lyngaas • 1 month ago

As homomorphic encryption gains greater traction, practitioners need a set of agreed parameters for implementing the algorithms.

A bug in Wi-Fi ‘extenders’ could give a hacker full control over the devices

by Sean Lyngaas • 3 months ago

The vulnerability in a piece of TP-Link gear is just the latest bug to be found in popular home networking equipment.

How hackers are changing up their business models

by CyberScoop Staff • 5 months ago

Charles Henderson, global managing partner and head of X-Force Red at IBM, talks with CyberScoop Editor-in-Chief on how cybercriminals are changing their business models based on how organizations quash threats.

Tax scammers impersonating ADP, Paychex with aim to steal financial information

by Jeff Stone • 5 months ago

Those messages are laced with TrickBot, a malicious software strain that typically infects victims through a malicious Microsoft Excel attachment.

For many crooks, malware is out and PowerShell attacks are in, IBM says

by Jeff Stone • 7 months ago

Fifty-seven percent of the cyberattacks detected by IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence used common applications like PowerShell or PsExec, compared to 29 percent that used more traditional phishing attacks.

From the NSA to Silicon Valley, a new kind of encryption is going commercial

by Jeff Stone • 8 months ago

Homomorphic encryption would better protect both personal users and businesses, but it needs to be fleshed out over the coming years.

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