CISOs and other security leaders know they can't find and fix every vulnerability. Yet, that's what's expected. So, what can you do?
The short answer: Work smarter, not harder. To do that, you need to reduce the vast universe of potential vulnerabilities down to a subset of the vulnerabilities that matter...
In 2017 the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) added Election Infrastructure as a cyber-resiliency Critical Infrastructure Subsector under the Presidential Policy Directive/PPD 21 (2013) and raised the profile of elections security substantially. By doing this, DHS empowered states to integrate elections...
Most organizations face a constantly changing compliance landscape, and often must adhere to multiple regulatory compliance standards, each with their own set of requirements. Tenable.sc can help these organizations fulfill multiple standards' requirements for meeting and demonstrating compliance, can help save time...
Microsoft has taken the extraordinary step of issuing patches for its old XP, Windows 2003, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 operating systems. The problem is an easy-to-exploit Remote Desktop Services vulnerability that could be turned into a worm.
Researchers report finding a vexing vulnerability in Cisco routers that could invisibly undermine device integrity and allow attackers to take full control of a router, if combined with a second exploit. Unfortunately, hardware design flaws could complicate Cisco's efforts to safeguard users.
New exploits released online that target long-known configuration weaknesses in SAP's NetWeaver platform could pose risks to payroll, invoicing and manufacturing processes, according to researchers at Onapsis. As many as 50,000 companies could be vulnerable.
The Microsoft Vulnerabilities Report 2019 analyzes the data from security bullitens issued by Microsoft throughout 2018. On the second Tuesday of every month, or "Patch Tuesday," Microsoft releases fixes for any vulnerabilities affecting Microsoft products. This report compiles these releases into one, holistic...
Federal regulators and medical device maker Philips have issued alerts about a security vulnerability in the company's Tasy electronic medical records system that could put patient data at risk. How common is this type of vulnerability?
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is requiring that federal agencies speed up patching and remediating "critical" and "high" software vulnerabilities. Security experts say this change is long overdue. But does it go far enough?
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an update on a congressional report that slams Equifax for lacking a strong cybersecurity culture. Also featured: A new study on the status of women in the cybersecurity industry and the use of Android phones as security keys.
The lack of a strong security culture at Equifax - especially compared to its two main competitors - was a key factor contributing to its 2017 data breach that exposed the personal records of 145 million Americans, according to a 71-page Congressional report.
If you run a Magento-powered e-commerce site, it's time to patch again. E-commerce sites continued to be targeted by cybercriminals seeking to steal payment card data, and experts recommend moving quickly to plug the most critical flaw, a SQL injection vulnerability.
A sophisticated attack campaign dubbed "Operation ShadowHammer" involved an advanced persistent threat group planting backdoors within Asus computers by subverting the Taiwan-based PC maker's third-party supply chain and updater software, Kaspersky Lab warns.
The FDA is generally on the right track in updating guidance for the cybersecurity of premarket medical devices. But a variety of changes are needed, say some of the healthcare sector companies and groups that submitted feedback to the agency.
Operating divisions of the Department of Health and Human Services need to shore up security controls - including access controls and software patching - to more effectively detect and prevent cyberattacks, according to a new federal watchdog report.