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Zero-Trust Frameworks: Securing the Digital Transformation Zero trust refers to the notion of evaluating  the security risk of devices and users within the context of any given moment, without automatically conferring access based on credentials.
Apple Modernizes Its Hardware Security with T2 Apple has widened the range of Macs running its T2 security chip. Is macOS finally catching up with other platforms when it comes to secure computing?
Privacy Regulation Could Be a Test for States’ Rights As more states take cybersecurity and privacy issues into their own hands, experts worry that big tech will push for preemption.
Threatpost RSA Conference 2018 Preview Threatpost's Tom Spring and Lindsey O'Donnell talk about the top security trends that they are watching out for at the 2018 RSA Conference this week in San Francisco.

Latest News

Adobe Flash Zero-Day Leveraged Via Office Docs in Campaign

Adobe issued a patch for the zero-day on Wednesday.

Kubernetes Flaw is a “Huge Deal,” Lays Open Cloud Deployments

Hackers can steal data, sabotage cloud deployments and more.

Adobe Patches Zero-Day Vulnerability in Flash Player

The vulnerability could lead to arbitrary code execution.

Google Chrome 71 Touts 43 Fixes, Fights Ad Abuse

The browser comes with a new set of protections to block pop-ups that could lead to 'abusive experiences.'

1-800-Flowers Becomes Latest Payment Breach Victim

Details are so far scant in this latest in a string of data breaches.

Google Patches 11 Critical RCE Android Vulnerabilities

Google’s December Android Security Bulletin tackles 53 unique flaws.

Quora Breach Exposes a Wealth of Info on 100M Users

The information is an early Christmas gift for any social engineer.

Magecart Group Ups Ante: Now Goes After Admin Credentials

The group's skimmer has added some capabilities that steals credentials from admins.

Lawsuit Claims Pegasus Spyware Helped Saudis Spy on Khashoggi

The lawsuit alleges that NSO Group violated international law by allowing Pegasus to be used by oppressive regimes to hunt dissidents and journalists.

Chris Vickery on the Marriott Breach and a Rash of Recent High-Profile Hacks

In this Newsmaker Interview, ‘breach hunter’ Chris Vickery explores a recent spate of breaches from Marriott, USPS and Dell EMC.