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Not only have two widespread SSL/TLS issues been fixed, but the standard has even made it into politics...
Are you certain you secured yours? Rash of MongoDB attacks turns into pandemic as more hackers join the fray, and more targets are found...
Although AI was the big buzzword in 2016, few enterprises delivered on it, and 2017 will likely be no different, but machine learning is really on the charge…
Microsoft’s last ever security bulletin is next week - so has the manual bulletin had its day?
The majority of developers and DevOps managers report growing pressures on security testing, while processes also need optimisation.
A selection of data breaches from 2016 soon tallies up to nearly the entire online population, numerically speaking – mainly thanks to Yahoo. Are you one of the 0.6per cent that ...
Ransomware has been a concerning feature of 2016, and this breakdown of just one strain (Locky) reveals just how intensively criminals have been working to compromise their victims.
Old open source code from 3rd party library code and outdated repositories is increasingly a major source of application vulnerabilities, but tracking it down isn’t quite as ...
New research suggests that almost half of the top million sites on the internet are insecure, giving you a 50/50 chance of hitting one when browsing.
Chrome browsers will begin to mark http sites as insecure over the coming weeks - what does this mean for businesses, and what tools are out there to test your SSL implementation?
Bug bounty programs continue to expand, while internal hacker recruitment rockets to 700 per cent.
Gartner says that 99% of exploited vulnerabilities are publicly known. Does it mean we can ignore zero-days?