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Google has released an emergency update for Chrome 103 to patch an actively exploited zero-day vulnerability tracked as CVE-2022-2294. [Read More]
Cybersecurity experts say the California Department of Justice apparently failed to follow basic security procedures on its website, exposing the personal information of potentially hundreds of thousands of gun owners. [Read More]
During the first half of 2022, Google Project Zero researchers have observed a total of 18 in-the-wild zero-day vulnerabilities. [Read More]
Cybersecurity startup oak9 has attracted new interest from venture capitalists with Cisco Investments and Morgan Stanley’s Next Level Fund joining a new $8 million funding round. [Read More]
The infamous North Korean Lazarus hacking group is the prime suspect in the $100 million hack of Harmony’s Horizon Bridge, according to new data and research from Elliptic. [Read More]
Vulnerabilities found in Brocade (Broadcom) software could impact the storage solutions of several major companies. [Read More]
A malicious application on the user’s phone could have stolen the Amazon access token from the Amazon Photos application. [Read More]
A vulnerability in Azure Service Fabric allows an attacker to escalate privileges and take over entire Linux clusters. [Read More]
The latest browser iteration mitigates query parameter tracking when Enhanced Tracking Protection strict mode is enabled. [Read More]
MITRE has published the 2022 CWE top 25 most dangerous software weaknesses, based on an analysis of 38,000 CVEs from the previous two years. [Read More]

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William Lin's picture
Most organizations want to adopt DevSecOps practices, but their current practices are closer to traditional waterfall methodologies than the agile practices described in this DevSecOps manifesto.
Keith Ibarguen's picture
Far too many engineers in the trenches don’t take the time to lift their heads to see context, so when good (and bad) things happen, this is a great management opportunity that you should take full advantage of.
Yaniv Vardi's picture
Supply chain cyber risk is complicated and spans the entire lifecycle of a product—across design, manufacturing, distribution, storage, and maintenance.
Gunter Ollmann's picture
CISOs are increasingly partnering with DevOps leaders and vigilantly modernizing secure development lifecycle (SDLC) processes to embrace new machine learning (ML) approaches.
Joshua Goldfarb's picture
Performing gap analysis well and remediating findings appropriately can help reduce both the number of weak points within your enterprise and your susceptibility to attack at each of them.
John Maddison's picture
Organizations must adopt a holistic approach to securing their distributed networked environment that enables them to see and manage their entire distributed network, including all attack vectors, through a single pane of glass.
Gunter Ollmann's picture
With years of bug bounty programs now behind us, it is interesting to see how the information security sector transformed – or didn’t.
Marie Hattar's picture
There are good and bad ways to make vulnerabilities known. A premature “full disclosure” of a previously unknown issue can unleash the forces of evil, and the “black hats” often move faster than vendors or enterprise IT teams.
Gunter Ollmann's picture
Any bug hunter, security analyst, software vendor, or device manufacturer should not rely on CVSS as the pointy end of the stick for prioritizing remediation.
Gunter Ollmann's picture
In a world of over-hyped bugs, stunt hacking, and branded vulnerability disclosures, my advice to CISOs is to make security lemonade by finding practical next steps to take.