Companies need to be aware of the work culture they foster. Diversity and inclusion aren't just buzzwords. Increasing female visibility and improving female mentoring to help women enter and advance within the cybersecurity industry are key steps forward.
Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed details of two security flaws in the open source ImageMagick software that could potentially lead to a denial-of-service (DoS) and information disclosure.
The two issues, which were identified by Latin American cybersecurity firm Metabase Q in version 7.1.0-49, were addressed in ImageMagick version 7.1.0-52, released in November 2022.
A new attack campaign has targeted the gaming and gambling sectors since at least September 2022, just months prior to the ICE London 2023 gaming industry trade fair event that's scheduled next week.
A new exploit has been devised to "unenroll" enterprise- or school-managed Chromebooks from administrative control.
Enrolling ChromeOS devices makes it possible to enforce device policies as set by the organization via the Google Admin console, including the features that are available to users.
"Each enrolled device complies with the policies you set until you wipe or deprovision it," Google
Container technology has gained traction among businesses due to the increased efficiency it provides. In this regard, organizations widely use Kubernetes for deploying, scaling, and managing containerized applications. Organizations should audit Kubernetes to ensure compliance with regulations, find anomalies, and identify security risks. The Wazuh open source platform plays a critical role in
The Brazilian threat actors behind an advanced and modular point-of-sale (PoS) malware known as Prilex have reared their head once again with new updates that allow it to block contactless payment transactions.
Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky said it detected three versions of Prilex (06.03.8080, 06.03.8072, and 06.03.8070) that are capable of targeting NFC-enabled credit cards, taking its