Election tech vendors say they're securing their systems. Does anyone believe them?
Election tech companies are telling the world they are fixing their cybersecurity issues. Will the changes they make satisfy everyone ahead of 2020?
Old devices are filled with personal data, Rapid7 research finds
Wannabe thieves shopping around for personal information don’t need the dark web when they can simply look at used technology stores for second-hand devices that may come pre-loaded with sensitive data.
Hack of billion-dollar Norwegian firm is tied to Chinese espionage group APT10
The research underscores APT10's global reach and interest in the supply chain.
Flaw in Guardzilla home security devices allows outsiders to view stored video, researchers say
Guardzilla’s indoor wireless security system, the GZ501W, contains hardcoded security keys rendered vulnerable by an outdated algorithm that researchers say is easy to crack.
How to deal with the growing threat of massive DDoS attacks
Tod Beardsley, research director for Rapid7, talks with Greg Otto about the recent rise in DDoS attacks and what enterprises can do to guard against them.
How a bad Wi-Fi router flaw led to a perfect example of responsible disclosure
The story how a researcher, a security industry behemoth and a private telecom company all came together to act responsibly in order to fix a bad flaw.