QR codes have become a go-to staple for contactless transactions of all sorts during the pandemic, and the FBI is warning cybercriminals are capitalizing on their lax security to steal data and money, and drop malware.
What attracts the attackers? David “moose” Wolpoff, CTO at Randori, discusses how to evaluate your infrastructure for juicy targets.
The large January 2022 Patch Tuesday update covers nine critical CVEs, including a self-propagator with a 9.8 CVSS score.
Cyberattacks increased 50 percent YoY in 2021 and peaked in December due to a frenzy of Log4j exploits, researchers found.
Fertility Centers of Illinois’ security measures protected electronic medical records, but the attackers still got at extremely intimate data in admin files.
More than 1.3 million patient records were stolen in the just-disclosed breach, which occurred back in October.
Expect many more zero-day exploits in 2022, and cyberattacks using them being launched at a significantly higher rate, warns Aamir Lakhani, researcher at FortiGuard Labs.
Here’s what cybersecurity watchers want infosec pros to know heading into 2022.
Security flaws in the recently released Fisher-Price Chatter Bluetooth telephone can allow nearby attackers to spy on calls or communicate with children using the device.
Casey Ellis, CTO at Bugcrowd, outlines how international relations have deteriorated into a new sort of Cold War, with espionage playing out in the cyber-domain.