Three weeks after critical WiiFi vulnerability was first publicly disclosed, Android at long last gets a patch.
In comparison, just 38 percent worry about their car being stolen or broken into, a recent survey found.
68 percent are still running Office 2007.
Still, 78 percent of IT business decision makers say they already spend enough, or too much, on protection from such attacks.
The latest release offers security professionals new, behavioral-based tools to block threats to their systems.
Affected buckets are owned by major news sites, popular retailers and leading ad networks.
The company trawls the dark web as part of its SaaS-delivered threat intelligence product that helps secure enterprise networks.
Researcher blasts security practices at widely used open-source CMS project as not being responsive enough.
72 percent of IT security pros say the need has increased in the past two years.
NHS trusts had been warned to apply patches months before the attack.
Ultimate Anonymity Services offers more than 35,000 RDPs for sale, including about 300 from the U.S.
Still, 45 percent of IT admins says they aren't concerned about bad password policies in the workplace.
The security software maker borrows deception techniques that enterprises use to keep network attackers running in circles and away from critical data.
Early victims include the Interfax news agency and Ukraine's Ministry of Infrastructure.
The botnet has the potential to launch a devastating DDoS attack.
The company's Direct Autonomous Authentication technology allows smartphone users to securely access services and other compatible devices without a separate download.
The attackers first hit third-party suppliers, then use those suppliers to breach major targets.
Two thirds of IT pros admit they've done the same.
Twenty-four percent were breached in the past year alone.