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The same flaw that was used to exploit Equifax is now being used by attackers to mine for the Monero crypto-currency.
A surge in Americans enrolling in health insurance plans is expected before the Friday deadline.
Corporate leaders know little about common security threats like ransomware and phishing, driving their risk for attack.
Just because your small or medium-sized business isn't as well known as Equifax or Yahoo doesn't mean you're immune to becoming a cybercrime victim.
During past few years, the number and quality of attacks aimed financial sector organizations has continuously grown.

The financial institutions that have not already thought about cyber security, will soon face the consequences of hacker attacks.
The end of the year is a good time to take stock of the main cyberthreat incidents that took place over the preceding 12 months or so.

To reflect on the impact these events had on organizations and individuals, and consider what they could mean for the overall evolution of the threat landscape.
To avoid becoming the next Equifax, it could be a good idea to scan your apps for vulnerable open-source libraries.
Looking back at a year like 2017 brings the internal conflict of being a security researcher into full view: on the one hand, each new event is an exciting new research avenue for us, as what were once theoretical problems find palpable expression in reality. On the other hand, as people with a heightened concern for the security posture of users at large, each event is a bigger catastrophe.
Equifax's third quarter earnings and revenue weren't all that bad considering its data breach debacle.
Equifax's 25% reduction in share value and other industry-wide stats show that consumers aren't so apathetic about cybersecurity after all.
At Gigamon's Cybersecurity Summit Nov. 8 cyber-security experts shared their recommendations with CISOs charged with preventing data breaches like the one that rocked Equifax.
Joins Equifax and Verizon execs to explain pitiful security Poor Marissa Mayer.

After selling off Yahoo! and floating away on her golden parachute, she must have been looking for a nice rest.

But US Congress wanted her to explain how every single user ...