A massive exposure of data in misconfigured Amazon S3 buckets demonstrates the urgent need for companies to adjust their approach to cloud security.
Qualys reports second quarter fiscal 2017 revenue of $55.3 million as security events like WannaCry help to drive more business opportunity.
Losses from a disruptive attack on a cloud services provider could range from $15 billion to $121 billion, according to Lloyd's.
Vehicle registration data for every Swedish citizen was exposed -- including those under witness protection.
New CloudView and CertView modules announced for the Qualys Cloud Platform.
Google Project Zero researcher Tavis Ormandy found critical remote code execution flaws in the popular online meeting tool.
Names, addresses, account information, email addresses, and the last four digits of credit card numbers were accessible online.
The mainframe has long been where mission-critical information is handled and now at long last all the information will be encrypted too.
Researcher Chris Vickery found customer names, addresses, account details and PINs on a publicly accessible server.
Cisco adds new technology that will help it gain situational awareness.
A misconfigured Amazon S3 bucket exposed millions of names, email addresses, phone numbers, mailing addresses and demographic information.
Container scanning service set to debut as Qualys adds Security Configuration Assessment and tools to help organizations comply with the 2017 White House Executive Order on Cybersecurity.
The startup's risk management portal enables enterprises to assess the security posture of their third-party IT providers.
Approximately 28 GB of files connected to the Department of Defense were found on a publicly accessible server.
The startup's security platform enables businesses to manage risks across public cloud infrastructures.
Docker's swarmkit integrates multiple secure mechanisms including one known as Transparent Root Rotation.