Device Hardening Blog
Read the latest news, developments and opinion pieces on device hardening from industry experts New Net Technologies.
University College London (UCL) announced yesterday evening that they had been hit by a major ransomware attack, forcing the university to block access to shared devices.
Around 17 million users of the popular restaurant search platform Zomato have had their login credentials stolen by hackers and put on the dark web to be sold to criminals.
According to security researchers with IOActive and Quarkslab, the popular confidential messaging app called Confide is riddled with security vulnerabilities.
Consumer Reports, a nonprofit organization that conducts non-biased and extensive reviews on cars, appliances, and other consumer goods, is preparing for the inclusion of cybersecurity and privacy safeguards when scoring products.
Romantik Seehotel Jägerwirt, a luxury lakeside hotel in the Austrian Alps, experienced a ransomware attack last week that was said to have left hotel guests locked in their bedrooms until the ransom was paid.
Researchers have confirmed that a Russian hacker successfully broke into the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) systems.
Last Friday, a massive distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack took down a number of vastly popular websites including Twitter, Spotify, and PayPal.
Medical device manufacturer St. Jude Medical was recently slammed by MedSec, a security startup specializing in medical devices, for selling products plagued with serious vulnerabilities.
According to the Ponemon Institute’s latest report, cloud adoption is rapidly growing, but companies are not taking security as seriously as they should be.
While organizations often acknowledge the need to implement solutions for the protection and management of privileged account credentials, a recent study found that very little are actually taking the necessary steps in employing best security practices.