Brute force attacks against smartphones are not usually a viable attack vector. Manufacturers employ scaling lockouts that progress into longer and longer periods between attempts and, if the user is security conscious, the device may wipe after 10 attempts. However...

Over the years WiFi Routers have been notoriously susceptible to simple attacks. In early 2017, Trustwave SpiderLabs Researcher Simon Kenin identified 43 different models of Netgear Router to be vulnerable for Remote and Local Password Disclosure. More recently, in May...

This is an ongoing, emerging story and may be updated after posting. There is a new wormlike ransomware campaign on the loose today and you wouldn't be mistaken if you're experiencing a little WannaCry deja vu. The campaign has been...

Security services firm Trustwave released its 92-page 2017 Global Security Report on June 20, providing insight into security trends observed by the firm from data breach investigations conducted around the world. One trend was a growing volume of point-of-sale (PoS) system breaches, which grew to 31 percent of breached environments analyzed by Trustwave in 2016, up from 22 percent in 2015. "Cybersecurity in 2016 had both highlights and lowlights," Trustwave CEO and President Robert J. McCullen said in a statement. In this slide show, eWEEK looks at both the highlights and the lowlights of the 2017 Trustwave Global Security Report.

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Metrics are vital for CISOs to do their job effectively. Unfortunately the numbers included in the latest Trustwave global survey show that infosec pros and software developers around the world still have a long way to go. Read more: http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/nearly-half-of-compromises-due-to-insecure-remote-access-software-and-policies-report/394253#ixzz4kr7UFcTc or visit http://www.itworldcanada.com for more Canadian IT News

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Trustwave released the 2017 Trustwave Global Security Report which reveals the top cybercrime, data breach and security threat trends from 2016. The report demonstrates both good and bad news in the world of cybersecurity as intrusion detection and breach containment times were relatively better, but other threats like malvertisements became cheaper and malicious spam saw increases.

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The dwell time for hackers inside victim networks fell by nearly half over the past year, although the time from intrusion to containment of such threats remained virtually the same, according to Trustwave.

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