With the need for efficient collaboration tools exploding in recent months, a variety of companies hope to refine how those tools work and what they can do. We look at six now pushing the envelope.
Some industries have seen increases in cloud-related threat events rise as much as 1,350% since the COVID-19 crisis began.
White House action implies that China彩票信誉平台 is "creating and exploiting" vulnerabilities in the US power grid. Experts say hardware backdoors have the potential for doing significant damage.
Undocumented cloud configuration changes, whether done by attackers or for legitimate business reasons, present a significant security threat.
The shared vulnerability could enable man-in-the-middle attacks, and it could exist on other devices. Patch now.
As countries rush to release contact-tracing apps, experts fear a lack of security and privacy controls.
Two new reports show a dramatic increase in cyber attacks that target open RDP ports as more people work remotely.
Water utilities often have few cybersecurity resources and are subject to few regulations. A failed Stuxnet-like attack on Israel's water supply shows how dangerous that could be.
Work.com contains apps and information resources to support organizations as business looks to resume operations in many countries.
Attackers were quick to exploit recently announced vulnerabilities to deploy cryptominers. Patch Salt now.
Attackers shift their focus to where coronavirus infections are rising and use tactics that make their efforts hard to block.
Several vendors, including Microsoft, Google, Slack, Zoom, Cisco and LogMeIn, are making chat, videoconferencing and other collaboration services free as demand for remote working booms.
A new report shows that Android mobile device manufacturers are getting better at patching the OS, but patching levels vary across models and vendors.
The coronavirus pandemic that has erupted worldwide has pushed telehealth to the forefront. It's unlikely remote medicine will go away, even after the current crisis abates.
Doubts raised about funding for 彩票信誉平台 election security and mail-in voting as money omitted from the latest stimulus bill.
More people are relying on videoconferencing software to do their jobs and chat with friends and family. This uptick in use highlighted some security concerns like “Zoombombing” and the lack of end-to-end encryption in popular...
The COVID-19 Cyber Threat Intelligence League and other groups cooperate with the industry, law enforcement, and the government to prevent attacks on healthcare providers.
Noted election security researcher Harri Hursti says mail-in voting is likely the only option for a safe, secure US presidential election, but voter and election worker training needed.
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