There is a growing trend in the hacker community of compromising the update process of programs we deem safe. The latest example is a supply chain attack on CCleaner.
In episode 2 of PICNIC, Kevin speaks with John Stewart, Ipswitch's Network Infrastructure and Security Director about what's coming for network security in 2018.
Permanent patches sometimes take months to deploy—leaving digital assets open to attack. That's where virtual patching comes into play.
The New York Cyber Security Regulation is now in effect as of August 28th, 2017. If you are a financial institution, you need to comply.
A hardware keylogger can be installed by anyone with access to the space and the nerve to do it.
All professions benefit from participation in a connected world and legal is no exception, as the digitization of everything continues unabated.
Data breaches and identity theft are the norm in today’s cyber landscape, but the latest data breach at Equifax is a sucker punch to anyone who has a credit score in the US.
WS_FTP Server 2017 Plus is here and with it new features and updates. Ipswitch has added a many security and usability improvements to this release.
There's a new ransomware variant in town and it may prove more productive for attackers and more problematic for healthcare security teams. Rather than the 'spray and pray' type attacks we saw in the past, the new twist is focusing on select, high risk targets.