Forbes details the latest SolarWinds product vulnerabilities discovered by Trustwave and protection recommendations.
Ziv Mador, VP of Security Research, discusses the importance of the three new and severe vulnerabilities in SolarWinds products found by Trustwave and the need for organizations to implement a strong penetration testing strategy.
Mark Whitehead, Global Vice President, SpiderLabs Consulting at Trustwave breaks down the importance of taking a zero-trust cybersecurity approach when it comes to protecting networks and data accessible by third-party partners.
Trustwave discovered a new phishing campaign that attempts to lure victims into downloading malware that gives cybercriminals full control over infected Microsoft Windows machines.
Five major vulnerabilities have been discovered affecting D-Link routers by cybersecurity researchers working as part of Trustwave’s SpiderLabs team.
Jesse Emerson, VP of Managed Security Services at Trustwave talks security automation in the cloud and IoT era.
Bill Rucker, president of Trustwave Government Solutions discusses security in cloud and on-prem environments and the importance of unified platforms.
Trustwave SpiderLabs discovers a security vulnerability in WinZip 24 that could lead to a malware infection.
Changes are coming to the privacy landscape, including more regulations and technologies.
Messaging app Go SMS Pro, which has over 100 million installs from the Google Play store, has a massive security flaw that potentially allows people to access the sensitive content you’ve sent using the app.
Go SMS Pro, one of the most popular messaging apps for Android, is exposing photos, videos and other files sent privately by its users.
A total of four vulnerabilities were discovered in Modicon M221 PLCs by researchers at industrial cybersecurity firm Claroty. Three of them were identified independently by employees of cybersecurity company Trustwave.
Automation, strategic process design and an investment in training are the keys to managing the cybersecurity skills gap, according to a recent survey from Trustwave.
The hybrid cloud model is increasingly used in digital transformation and data storage according to a new report from Trustwave. Of over 950 IT professionals surveyed, 55 percent use both on-premises and public cloud to store data with 17 percent using public cloud only.
Iran and Russia have both obtained American voter registration data, top national security officials announced late on Wednesday, providing the first concrete evidence that the two countries are stepping in to try to influence the presidential election as it enters its final two weeks.
A cybersecurity company says it has found a hacker selling personally identifying information of more than 200 million Americans, including the voter registration data of 186 million.
As long as a community is strong, so will be the intelligence it shares on open source feeds. But if that community breaks down ...
Spammers are using a new technique of generating URLs to evade detection by humans and spam filters alike. This technique comprises adding random, unused text bits to shortened links, to disguise them as full-sized URLs and bypass the scrutiny of email gateways.
A spam group has picked up a pretty clever trick that has allowed it to bypass email filters and security systems and land in more inboxes than usual. The trick relies on a quirk in RFC791 — a standard that describes the Internet Protocol (IP).
Threat detection and response services provider Trustwave has launched its Trustwave Fusion platform on Amazon Web Services GovCloud – letting Federal agencies and government contractors take advantage of the cloud-native cybersecurity platform to combat ever-changing security threats.
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