A week on from the U.S. killing of Iran’s Qasem Soleimani on January 3, media warnings around the cyber threat now facing the U.S. and its allies show no signs of diminishing.
Smart cities, connected cars and other emerging technology trends fueled by IoT-enabled devices are likely to further gain pace from 2020 onwards – so here are some of the major IoT trends today and what to expect in the year ahead.
Hackers behind the ransomware attack on New Year's Eve claimed to have stolen customer data including credit card information, and threatened to publish it online if they weren’t paid the money within seven days.
Iranian hackers are likely planning social engineering and phishing efforts as retaliation for the U.S. military’s killing of Iranian military chief Qasem Soleimani, according to security experts in government and the private sector.
If you’re anything like me, you’ll be traveling with all of your devices this holiday season. But according to Trustwave, you need to do a quick security check-up.
You wouldn’t purchase an expensive sports car if you couldn’t use it properly. So, why make a pricey security investment before knowing it fits into your ecosystem?
With 30 years of work experience in the channel, Trustwave’s Suzanne Swanson says her biggest business strength today continues to be her hands-on involvement working with partners.
There is a new tool offensive security teams can use for their password cracking needs. CrackQ is open-source and can provide metrics on the current jobs, queuing and re-queuing tasks.
Security researchers have divulged two vulnerabilities in the SatLink 2000 VSAT modem that could enable hackers to carry out cross-site scripting attacks and sniff sensitive data traversing the modem.
It’s no secret that Microsoft’s Windows 10 updates have been controversial as of late. They’ve been filled with patches fixing previous updates’ bugs only to create more issues. Now, there’s a whole new problem altogether: Fake ransomware-filled updates.
With the end of support for Windows 7 coming in January, many users are looking to update to Windows 10 to continue getting security updates and support from Microsoft. According to a report from security firm Trustwave, attackers are well aware of this and targeting Microsoft users with fake update emails.
For Microsoft Azure users, Trustwave is launching new services to bolster threat monitoring, detection and response natively on the platform.
Multicloud environments change rapidly. Organizations need a security framework that is purpose-built for the cloud and that aligns with their digital transformation strategy.
Trustwave’s Shawn Kanady on the evolution of ransomware attacks, why the public sector appears to be taking the biggest hit, and whether organizations should pay the ransom.
You might think your password is strong but think again. Your passwords are at risk, even if they have special characters and numbers.
Microsoft has issued its monthly security (Patch Tuesday) update, to fix a total of 59 vulnerabilities in its operating systems and products.
One week after being hit by a ransomware attack, hospitals in Alabama are turning away patients while working on recovery, and experts warn of similar attacks in the future.
Trustwave has unveiled a new cloud native platform designed to offer enhanced cyber security products and managed services to Singaporean customers.
A large number of spam messages recently sent from the same botnet were observed featuring randomized headers and even different templates, with some emails resembling phishing, Trustwave reports.
Good cyber-defense requires total visibility of the network to understand what could be a potential vulnerability. In cybersecurity, a network is only as strong as its weakest point. Chris Schueler, Trustwave’s Senior Vice President of Managed Security Services, shares more in an exclusive interview with GovInsider.
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