Breaking and protecting devops tool chains

Ken Johnson, CTO of nVisium, and Chris Gates, Senior Security Engineer at Uber talk to CSO Online's Steve Ragan about working with devops tool chains.

Want privacy? Congress says you'll have to pay for it

When this week, it threw data security under the bus as well. Internet users who want to protect their data can expect to pay a "privacy tax" as a...

Free tools for your cyber-security efforts

There are more free information security tools out there than you can highlight with a fist full of whiteboard pointers. While many are trial ware-based enticements designed to lure decision...

Ransomware 'customer support' chat reveals criminals' ruthlessness

Ransomware criminals chatting up victims, offering to delay deadlines, showing how to obtain Bitcoin, dispensing the kind of customer support that consumers lust for from their cable and mobile plan...

Hacking the 2016 election: A timeline

History has yet to judge the 2016 presidential election, but from where we sit in the early days of 2017, it’s hard to imagine that it will ever be relegated...

Ransomware disrupts Washington DC's CCTV system

About 70 percent of the cameras hooked up to the police’s closed-circuit TV (CCTV) system in Washington, D.C., were reportedly unable to record footage for several days before President Trump’s...

Trump stresses cybersecurity but postpones executive order

U.S. President Donald Trump called on government agencies to better protect their networks, but he delayed signing an executive order to kick-start a government-wide review of cybersecurity policy.A , leaked earlier, would...

IDG Contributor Network: Mobile devices: The 'last mile' to enterprise biometrics

Authenticating who is truly behind any action, whether it’s logging into Twitter or accessing a bank account, is the biggest challenge in security today.At the enterprise level, this reality is...

Do developers care about security?

CSO Online | Jul 30, 2017 They certainly do, according to Sarah Gibson, application security consultant at Veracode, who talks with CSO senior writer Fahmida Rashid about the issues around application...

VMware removes hard-coded root access key from vSphere Data Protection

VMware has released a hotfix for vSphere Data Protection (VDP) to change a hard-coded SSH key that could allow remote attackers to gain root access to...

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