A vulnerability in global airline check-in software used by 500 airlines could have been exploited to download other individuals' valid boarding passes, potentially giving them access to restricted airport spaces, warns security expert David Stubley. The flaw in Amadeus travel software has now been fixed.
As mass-scale attacks become more sophisticated, leading organizations are benefiting from behavioral biometrics to protect their most valuable assets.
Facing a daily stream of attacks that outdated solutions could not identify, one top international bank implemented 360-degree protection for one of their most...
Getting hit by "constantly-changing attacks" is the new normal in a developing threat landscape.
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As digital touch points rise, so too do consumer expectations of simplicity, convenience, and security.
These expectations surrounding the merging of digital and physical interactions open the door to new opportunities and even bigger challenges.
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Authentication vulnerabilities in certain GE Healthcare anesthesia devices could potentially allow remote attackers to meddle with the devices, researchers say. GE disputes some of the findings. Find out what other security experts have to say.
Sensitive information, including credit card and phone numbers, was left exposed to the internet on an unsecured database belonging to Fieldwork Software, which provides cloud-based services to small businesses, researchers note in a new report.
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Passwords alone won't keep your business secure.
Even with strong passwords, attacks are more sophisticated - and persistent. Pairing passwords with additional technology and authentication factors is essential to keeping the business secure. But what type of authentication is right for your business?
Déjà vu basic cybersecurity challenge all over again: With the U.S. government warning that geopolitical tensions could trigger wiper-attack reprisals, security experts review the basic anti-wiper - and anti-ransomware - defenses organizations should already have in place.
Biometrics may be in fashion, but it's in part because users are ready, willing and able to use it to prove their identity, thanks to Apple, Samsung, Google and other players providing trustable hardware for verifying people's fingerprints and faces, says IBM Security's Neil Warburton.
Fraud schemes have migrated in recent years, exposing inherent vulnerabilities in how most organizations authenticate users. This calls for outlining new strategies and tools for evolving authentication practices beyond solely payments security.
Payment fraud schemes are becoming more sophisticated, and threats now...
Fraud schemes have migrated in recent years, exposing inherent vulnerabilities in how most organizations authenticate users. Diego Szteinhendler of Mastercard outlines new strategies and tools for evolving authentication practices beyond solely payments security.
Iran is increasing its malicious cyber activity against the U.S, which could manifest in attacks that render computers unusable, a top U.S. cybersecurity official says. The warning comes after the U.S. reportedly targeted Iranian computer systems in response to the downing of a surveillance drone.
Some federal agencies inappropriately continue to rely on knowledge-based authentication to prevent fraud and abuse even though this method is no longer trustworthy because so much personal information that's been breached is readily available to fraudsters, a new
U.S. Government Accountability Office report notes.
Apple will introduce a feature in its new iOS 13 operating system later this year that allows the use of Apple credentials to log into other services. The feature is designed to reduce the amount of personal information that app developers obtain, a clear shot across the bow of Facebook and Google.