Like it or not, Monday is upon us. Here are five items making news that can help you kick off your work week in style - or at least a little more informed.
New Flash exploit: Last week, we told you about the rise of Adobe Flash vulnerabilities. Right on cue, a just-patched Flash Flaw has been added to the notorious and popular Magnitude exploit kit - meaning the possibility of being hit with the threat just got significantly larger.
Ruby not so rosy: Speaking of vulnerabilities, Trustwave SpiderLabs has discovered a gaping hole in the software distribution tool RubyGems used by many start-ups, social media sites, payment gateway companies and others. Attackers can use the flaw - which is now fixed - to infect users with malware.
Android under fire: While mobile malware is clearly not the first choice for attackers, Android is - far and away - the preferred platform to target, according to a new study.
Attackers don't discriminate: It was a bad week for the government, health care and financial services sectors - all receiving bad news in regard to their cybersecurity postures.
Know thy attacker: A new commentary addresses the importance for security executives to not only understand how an attack was perpetrated, but also who was behind it.