An estimated 143 million consumers could be affected by the Equifax data breach. Next steps include monitoring accounts and weighing credit freezes.
Every time someone comes to me for career advice, or asks where I think they should look for their next big opportunity, I say – “Consider a career in cybersecurity.” It is a huge field with a broad spectrum of job opportunities.
The new European General Data Protection Regulation, which goes into effect next May, has wide-reaching implications for data center operators in and outside of Europe. We asked experts what steps they would recommend operators take to prepare.
WhiteHat Security has published its 12th annual report on application security statistics, featuring a new mobile section that details the top issues found in Android and iOS apps.
On Prime Day, more U.S. households became Prime members than any other single day in Amazon's history, and the company likely generated more than $1 billion in sales during the 30-hour period that started at 9 p.m. Eastern Time on July 10.
At some major banks, you no longer need to have your debit card in hand to use the ATM. But that won't necessarily protect you from fraudsters.
The average Web application has slightly fewer flaws, but more than half continue to remain vulnerable 365 days a year, according to data from Web security firm WhiteHat Security.
Researchers have found that the latest SQLi hits to some organizations have come by way of a new hacking tool that has made it easier than ever for attackers to wage these exploits: via their smartphones.
Organizations made some improvements to their security posture last year, but only marginally, as the average time-to-fix is still too high and remediation rates are too low, according to the 12th annual application security statistics report from WhiteHat Security.
Does the DevSecOps approach make a difference when it comes to improving application security? According to this year’s 12th annual WhiteHat Security “Application Security Statistics Report,” it certainly does.
Despite the number of vulnerabilities found in a single Web application falling by 25% in 2016 over the previous year, the number of exploitable flaws remains too high, according to WhiteHat Security's 12th Annual Application Security Statistics Report released today.
Cross-site scripting (XSS), which occurs when cybercriminals insert malicious code into webpages to steal data or facilitate phishing scams, has been around almost since the dawn of the web itself.