Fifty years ago, high atop Launch Complex 34 at Cape Canaveral, a spark caused by faulty wiring ignited flammable materials in the pure oxygen environment inside the Apollo 1 capsule during a "plugs out" test. Astronauts...

To celebrate Data Privacy Day, we're doing our part to help raise awareness by promoting privacy and data protection best practices. As cyberattacks continue to grow each year, today is a reminder that everyone, both...

The 2016 year has been a consistent reminder that hackers are still hard at work looking to take down top organizations around the world. During this year, we’ve focused on educating our readers about these attacks and...

In March of this year, OWASP released their 2016 edition of the Mobile Top Ten. Now that organizations have had some time to get acclimated to it, I wanted to provide some of my thoughts on it.

OWASP got this one right. I...

2016 OWASP Mobile Top 10 Vulnerabilities

by Dinesh Shetty on November 4, 2016 at 9:21 AM

Do you think mobile vulnerabilities are so different from web vulnerabilities that it warrants is own list?

While vulnerabilities are often similar across the various computing platforms, each has unique idiosyncrasies,...

The Internet of Things opens up a realm of possibilities to make everyday tasks easier. They can memorize our schedules and know when to turn the heat on or off. They warn us about intruders. They can even save lives. But...

DNS service provider Dyn was attacked several times on Friday via a DDoS (distributed denial of service) – hackers basically flooded their systems with so much traffic that nothing could get through. This impacted Dyn...

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), part of the US Department of Transportation recently issued their much anticipated Federal Automated Vehicles Policy. This 116-page document is guidance, not...

Yahoo confirmed on Thursday that data associated with at least 500 million user accounts have been stolen from a 2014 data breach - what many are calling one of the largest cybersecurity breaches in history. What...

Why I was Asked to a White House Meeting

by William Whyte on September 7, 2016 at 2:29 PM

I was asked to meet with the some of the staff from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) this week. To be clear, the OMB is a White House department but sadly the meeting wasn't in the White House itself -- it was a...