ERPScan, a company that specializes in security solutions for SAP and Oracle enterprise resource planning (ERP) products, announced this week the launch of a new AI-driven cybersecurity platform for SAP systems.
An increasing number of vendors have warned customers over the past weeks that their industrial networking products are vulnerable to the recently disclosed Wi-Fi attack method known as KRACK.
Symantec has released an update to address a directory traversal vulnerability in the Symantec Management Console.
Researchers have found a potentially serious remote code execution vulnerability in some of HP’s enterprise printers. The vendor claims to have already developed a patch that will be made available to customers sometime this week.
A newly observed variant of the macOS-targeting Proton malware is spreading through a blog spoofing that of legitimate security company Symantec.
There is little doubt that fear sells security products, hikes law enforcements agency (LEA) budgets and sells newspapers. Both the security industry and government agencies benefit from sensational headlines; leaving people wondering what the real truth may be. So when UK newspaper The Times ran a headline, 'Everyone has been hacked, say police', it leaves the question, is this just more scaremongering or a true reflection on the state of security?