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IBM X-Force reveals that multiple malware campaigns are spoofing major accounting and payroll firms as the U.S. tax filing deadline nears.
Cyber-criminals aren't just hiding on the dark web. Many are also operating openly on social media sites like Facebook, according to new research from Cisco's Talos research unit.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Questionable online travel agencies, travel aggregators, competitors and criminals are using malicious bots to conduct a variety of attacks on airline websites that result in online fraud, website downtime and loss of potential revenue.
Researchers from UpGuard have discovered two separate un-secured cloud storage buckets holding Facebook user information, once again putting the social network's users at risk.
Salesforce veterans come together to launch a new company that looks to provide visibility to help organizations secure Software-as-a-Service(SaaS) cloud applications from potential data leakage.
The open-source Apache Web Server project has patched six flaws in the new 2.4.39 update, including a critical issue that could potentially put cloud and shared web hosting providers at risk.
The Xen Project is continuing to enhance performance and boost security in its latest open-source hypervisor release.
eWEEK VIDEO: McAfee CTO Steve Grobman provides insight into why artificial intelligence is more than just a buzzword - it's the foundation for improved cyber-security outcomes.
Cloudflare is using the next generation Quic internet protocol and the open-source Wireguard VPN project as a base to build an advanced internet security service that could one day challenge incumbents in the multi-billion dollar enterprise VPN space.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Security researchers report that the Intel VISA chips can be exploited to expose information from signals that pass through the system boards of some computers.
Having the right access control in place for authorized systems and individuals is a critical part of any modern computing platform. When Cruise Automation didn't quite get the all the capabilities it needed from within the open-source Kubernetes project, it went out and built its own open-source...