GUEST OPINION The global attack surface is constantly expanding as new technologies and devices are connected to the internet. This means that there are potentially more vulnerabilities and entry points for attackers to exploit. In fact, there are 117,289 new hosts, 613 new domains and 375 new threats released every single minute across the world.
The global attack surface is constantly expanding as new technologies and devices are connected to the internet, meaning that there are potentially more vulnerabilities and entry points for attackers to exploit, according to a new study published by security company Tenable.
Rapid digitisation has forced fashion brands to reimagine how shopping in the digital world takes place, but a more interconnected retail experience has increased the number of cyberattacks on fashion businesses in Australia, according to exposure management company Tenable.
A senior IT security practitioner has played down the chances of AI tool ChatGPT being used to develop professional ransomware right now, even though there have been reports that the tool has been used to build basic malware.
GUEST RESEARCH: A new study published by Tenable, the Exposure Management company, has found that 64% of Australian businesses are planning to invest in the metaverse in the next six to 12 months, while 56% of U.S. businesses and 55% of U.K. businesses are expected to do so in the same time frame. A majority of respondents in Australia are planning to or already looking at the metaverse to enhance customer engagement (40%), improve learning and training (37%) and collaborate better (37%).
Microsoft has released patches for four zero-day vulnerabilities among the 62 advisories which it released on Wednesday AEDT, in its monthly Patch Tuesday fixes. All of these zero-days have been exploited in the wild.
Multi-cloud services provider VMware has issued a fix for a critical vulnerability in VMware Cloud Foundation which could have been exploited remotely.
An authentication bypass flaw in security firm Fortinet's products, which was patched on 6 October, is being exploited in the wild, the company has confirmed.
Microsoft has released patches for 84 vulnerabilities in its products on its monthly Patch Tuesday, but failed to deliver fixes for two zero-day flaws in versions of Exchange Server that were reported publicly on 29 September.
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Microsoft has released patches for 62 CVEs on its monthly Patch Tuesday, with five rated as critical and 57 rated as important.
Microsoft has released patches for 118 vulnerabilities on its monthly Patch Tuesday, with one aimed at fixing a remotely-exploitable hole in the Microsoft Windows Support Diagnostic Tool.
Microsoft has released patches for 84 flaws, including four rated critical and one that had an unknown status, on its monthly Patch Tuesday. The other patches were all rated as important.
Microsoft has released patches for 55 vulnerabilities on its monthly Patch Tuesday, with the June flaws including three that were rated critical, while the remainder were classified as important.
Microsoft has been accused of a lack of transparency in its vulnerability practices, with the security outfit Tenable claiming these practices put the software giant's customers at risk.
GUEST OPINION: Cybersecurity incidents continue to plague Australian organisations with malicious attacks increasing in size, scope and sophistication. Alarmingly, each one exposes sensitive critical infrastructure to risks and has the potential to cause significant disruption to essential services - costing the Australian government billions of dollars. Against the backdrop of a burgeoning cyber threat landscape, the need to better protect our public and private sector organisations is crystal clear, as is the urgency with which we must produce the local skills to support that need.
Security professionals have warned that an authentication bypass flaw in VMware products needs to be patched as soon as possible to prevent its being exploited.
Microsoft has issued patches for 73 CVEs, including two zero-day flaws one of which has been exploited in the wild, as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday release.
Security firm F5 has disclosed a critical vulnerability in its BIG-IP product, a family of hardware and software solutions that are used for application delivery and centralised device management.
Fresh questions have arisedn about one of the remotely exploitable flaws in Microsoft's products which was revealed during the company's monthly Patch Tuesday announcement.
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