New threats demand that we transform the way we think about securing the endpoints. Case in point: APIs, writes Ross Moore.
The AI industry is pointing to the AI Village at DEF CON as a venue for assessing cybersecurity risk. But is a “village” the best way to test AI risk? Experts have their doubts.
Researchers at ReversingLabs said they discovered two npm open source packages that contained malicious code linked to open source malware known as TurkoRat.
A bunch of recent surveys of IT and security pros send a clear message: threats and risks from vulnerable software supply chains are real, and they’re starting to freak people out.
Removing the ability to automate against a vulnerable API is a huge step forward, as automation is a key enabler for both the exploitation and the extraction of large amounts of sensitive data.