SecurityWeek

Latest IT Security News and Expert Insights Via RSS Feed
  1. Microsoft has patched a vulnerability that could allow an attacker with access to an Azure Linux container to escalate privileges and take over the entire cluster.

    read more

  2. Mozilla this week announced the availability of Firefox 102 in the stable channel with patches for 19 vulnerabilities, including four high-severity bugs.

    read more

  3. The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is urging federal agencies and private organizations to switch to Modern Auth in Exchange Online before October 1, 2022.

    read more

  4. The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the nonprofit organization MITRE have published the 2022 list of the 25 most dangerous vulnerabilities.

    read more

  5. Cybersecurity workforce development organization CYBER.ORG on Monday announced the launch of Project Access, a national effort to provide cybersecurity education to blind and visually impaired students.

    read more

  6. Bay Area startup Normalyze on Monday announced a $22 million in Series A funding as venture capital investors rush to place bets on the newly coined Data Security Posture Management (DSPM) space.

    read more

  7. Google today announced a new set of features for Cloud Armor, its distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) mitigation service and web application firewall (WAF).

    read more

  8. The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) says a Linux vulnerability tracked as CVE-2021-4034 and PwnKit has been exploited in attacks.

    read more

  9. Cyolo, an Israeli startup building technology for zero trust networking, on Monday announced a new $60 million investment led by the venture investing arm of National Grid.

    In addition to National Grid Partners, Cyolo said it scored investments from Glilot Capital Partners, Flint Capital, Differential Ventures, and Merlin Ventures. 

    read more

  10. Mandiant’s security researchers have been tracking influence campaigns that a Chinese threat actor named Dragonbridge has been conducting against rare earth mining companies in Australia, Canada, and the United States.

    read more

  11. Cloud security company Wiz has announced the launch of a new database whose goal is to keep track of vulnerabilities and other security issues affecting cloud services.

    read more

  12. Operational resilience is a priority and organizations are decisive about protecting cyber-physical systems (CPS) in today's consolidated and converged reality

    read more

  13. Threat hunters at Kaspersky have uncovered a series of attacks that targeted organizations across telecoms, transportation, and industrial sectors with the ShadowPad backdoor.

    The campaign hit the manufacturing and telecoms industries in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and a logistics and transport organization (a port) in Malaysia.

    read more

  14. The LockBit 3.0 ransomware operation was launched recently and it includes a bug bounty program offering up to $1 million for vulnerabilities and various other types of information.

    read more

  15. Lithuania said Monday it had been hit by an "intense" cyberattack, probably Russian, days after Moscow protested restrictions Vilnius imposed on the rail transit of certain goods to Kaliningrad.

    read more

  16. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has published the final version of its guidance on securing macOS endpoints and assessing their security.

    read more

  17. The US House of Representatives has passed a new cybersecurity bill named the “Industrial Control Systems Cybersecurity Training Act.”

    read more

  18. California-based company Cerby on Monday announced that it has emerged from stealth mode with a security platform for unmanageable applications, as well as $12 million in seed funding.

    read more

  19. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Friday announced that it has finalized an order against CafePress, requiring it to improve its security posture following a cybersecurity incident that the company attempted to cover up.

    read more

Website Copyright 1998-2022 by PCBest. All Rights Reserved.
we accept credit cards