Cybercriminals are leveraging the EternalBlue vulnerabilities to launch a range of other attacks.
Widely deployed open-source content management system patched for a half-dozen different issues as new bug bounty program is set to debut.
User IDs, names, user names, email addresses and hashed passwords were stolen.
The company's latest update to its TrulySecure biometrics technology includes advanced deep learning algorithms that are tougher to trick.
The victims include small utilities and manufacturing sites, according to Dragos CEO Robert M. Lee.
The latest version of AlgoSec enables security administrators to tailor their cybersecurity protections to the applications that power their business.
New versions of the malware are already spreading as the cat-and-mouse game continues.
Victims include FedEx, Spain's Telefonica, Russia's MegaFon, and the U.K.'s National Health Service.
Still, federal information security personnel say hiring and retaining qualified professionals is key to securing their infrastructure.
And 67 percent of companies have already experienced a data breach that was either definitely or possibly linked to a third-party vendor.
And 10 percent have paid a ransom or hid a breach without alerting their team, a recent survey found.
The startup's security platform enables businesses to manage risks across public cloud infrastructures.
And more than 95 percent are concerned about companies collecting and selling their personal information without their consent, a recent survey found.
The attackers were able to redirect SMS messages used for two-factor authentication in order to approve money transfers.
Google is out with its fifth patch update of 2017, with mediaserver flaws once again topping the list.