An expert says accessing the Dell EMC appliance allows attackers to get at the information stored in critical databases and servers without having to break into those servers directly. Dell EMC and VMware have issued patches, which should be applied immediately.
AI tools can handle more data than human security pros ever can and find anomalies that are invisible to humans.
A new kind of malware goes after industrial safety systems that provide emergency shutdown capabilities. It can cause damage or […]
Short on security professionals, enterprises scream for more automation as attacks increase in number and scope.
Here’s what data center managers can do to reduce exposure to the likes of the Andromeda botnet.
By being slow to add deep visibility into cloud environments, incumbent SIEM vendors leave themselves open to disruption by the likes of Splunk.
The firewall as we know it cannot keep up with today’s enterprise application needs.
While a lot of work, honey pots are one of the most effective ways of pre-empting serious security breaches.
Secure Channels pitches a secure storage service for movies and other sensitive intellectual property, but can it solve its reputation problem?
Encrypting data at rest and in flight is not enough; solution could help Equifax avoid epic breach
Machine learning helps security systems uncover deviations human security pros cannot detect
As organizations move operations to cloud environments, basic security controls are sometimes not implemented correctly.
Experts question the company’s ability to survive allegations that the Russian government has built backdoors into its software.
WannaCry and Petya demonstrate that worms have come into their own, and keeping systems patched only goes so far from protecting your data center against them.
As attacks grow in scope and sophistication, infrastructure providers, telcos, and security vendors band together to fight back.