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Support for the TLS 1.0 and 1.1 protocols will be completely removed from the company’s mobile and desktop platforms. [Read More]
Facebook said Wednesday that Apple's iPhone privacy changes, which allow users to block tracking, significantly affected its advertising revenues because less data could be collected. [Read More]
Netgear warns that an attacker on the same network as a vulnerable device could intercept and manipulate router traffic to execute code as root. [Read More]
Researchers have discovered nearly a dozen vulnerabilities in widely used network management products from Nagios. [Read More]
VMware releases an urgent security patch for a flaw in its vCenter Server product and warned users to expect public exploit code within minutes of disclosure. [Read More]
Cisco Talos researchers say the backdoor is installed as a service and constantly contacts its command and control (C&C) to receive commands. [Read More]
More than 106 million travellers to Thailand had their personal details exposed online in August, but the leak was quickly plugged by authorities. [Read More]
The company plans to invest in R&D and personnel, to meet demand for its cloud-based identity solution. [Read More]
The iOS 15 makeover also includes patches for at least 22 documented security vulnerabilities, some serious enough to expose iPhone and iPad users to arbitrary code execution attacks. [Read More]
EventBuilder exposed files containing the personal information of at least 100,000 users who registered for events using the platform. [Read More]

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John Maddison's picture
Organizations considering ZTNA should look for these three essential components as a minimum when evaluating any solution.
Gordon Lawson's picture
Current cloud deployments pose significant risks that could be mitigated with minor changes to infrastructure procurement and access.
Torsten George's picture
As it has become clear that remote/hybrid work is here to stay, IT security practitioners must figure out how to enable a secure and resilient anywhere workforce to minimize their future risk exposure.
Laurence Pitt's picture
We have had to accelerate into remote and now hybrid working models over the last year and a half. Now that we are getting back to work, there is still much to do as everything moves fast.
Marc Solomon's picture
Evolving our definition of detection to encompass greater breadth and depth of understanding through internal and external data aggregation, correlation and investigation, delivers the information we need to execute faster with confidence.
Laurence Pitt's picture
The flexible and secure nature of the cloud allows security and application teams to focus on defining strategy for the future rather than being consumed by the management of what is in place today.
John Maddison's picture
Trying to keep track of the who, what, when, where, and how of today’s network has broken the backs of many SecOps teams.
Torsten George's picture
Until organizations start implementing identity-centric security measures, account compromise attacks will continue to provide an easy entree for data breaches.
Marie Hattar's picture
5G and 6G networks will have a significantly larger attack surface than their predecessors, thanks to innovations in IoT, virtualized networks, and open source technologies.
William Lin's picture
The big opportunity we have post-pandemic is the “big reset”: every security and IT team’s chance to completely re-think their security programs.