In light of COVID-19 precaution measures, we remind that all ImmuniWeb products can be easily configured and safely paid online without any human contact or paperwork.
Weekly newsletter on AI, Application Security & Cybercrime
Your data will stay confidential
Join our 13,968 followers
Cybersecurity “name and shame” practice may significantly boost global cybercrime.
The latest bug disclosure disagreement between the software giants has reopened the debate into the ethics of disclosure.
High-Tech Bridge has released a brief overview of emerging web security trends and tendencies of Q1-Q3 2016 for Black Hat Europe 2016.
In spite of the opportunities to improve security, very few real-life DevOps programs have actually done so, often due to the dual pressures of speed and innovation. We look at ...
Businesses are at increasing risk of compromise as the result of a web application attack, as volume of attacks continues against background of slow fixes and low awareness.
Once a low-volume, unsophisticated threat, ransomware has now become one of the most widespread malware risks around. Not only that, it’s one of the most insidious - find out ...
The four key things that hackers are looking for when attacking a bank - and eight ways to stop them...
A bumper year for Facebook bug bounty, as ⅔ of 2015’s total spend has been hit in the first half of 2016 alone. What has Facebook been doing right (and wrong), and what does ...
IDC report shows rising security spend over next 4 years, but will business be any better off? We take a look at the repercussions behind the predictions.
New research shows that consumers are unable to deal with the increasingly complex demands of digital security, and are finding it an increasingly stressful issue to manage.
Can you imagine your banker saying “it’s not a question of if I lose your money, but when will I lose your money”?
From scaled up DNS filtering to the new National Cyber Security Centre, the UK Government is taking a broad set of steps to aid enterprise security - but how effective will they ...