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Researchers have uncovered countless zero-day bugs which can be used to kill our critical city systems.

IBM has discovered 17 zero-day vulnerabilities in smart city systems which could debilitate core services.

At the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas on Monday, the cybe...

Remote management a double-edged sword, IT admins warned at hacking conference.

Black Hat Data centers are vital in this cloudy world – yet little-understood management chips potentially give hackers easy access to their servers in ways sysadmins may not have imagined.

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There are hidden costs over time which make the bill far larger than you may expect.

A new global study conducted by IBM suggests the financial impact of a data breach for an organization is, on average, $3.86 million.

However, in the worst cases, "mega breaches" may cos...

CISOs and board members have very different jobs and business knowledge. Here is how to get everyone on the same page.

Chief information security officers (CISOs) need to better communicate strategies and initiatives to board members, according to the Kudelski Security...

Corporate Wi-Fi networks and employee mistakes make all corporate networks vulnerable to attacks from hackers, according to Positive Technologies.

All corporate networks are highly vulnerable to attacks that would give hackers full control of their infrastructure, accor...

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