Understanding the Ransomware Ecosystem: From Screen Lockers to Multimillion-Dollar Criminal EnterpriseJune 22, 2022
Ransomware is a constantly evolving cyberthreat, and it is through its evolution that ransomware has managed to not only survive, but thrive.
XML External Entity (XXE) flaws present unique mitigation challenges and remain a common attack path. Learn how XXE flaws arise, why some common attack paths are so challenging to mitigate and how Tenable.io Web Application Scanning can help.
CVE-2022-27511, CVE-2022-27512: Patches for Two Citrix Application Delivery Management VulnerabilitiesJune 17, 2022
Citrix patches a “nasty bug” in its Application Delivery Management solution that is difficult to exploit.
Key vulnerabilities you can’t ignore. Best practices to improve operational technology (OT) cybersecurity. A reality check on shift left, DevSecOps and cloud security. Tackling the security skills gap. Healthcare data breaches. And much more!
It’s time to crown the winners of this year’s Capture the Flag Event! This event presented a series of security-related challenges in a Jeopardy-style format. Challenges ranged in difficulty and to...
Microsoft addresses 55 CVEs in its June 2022 Patch Tuesday release, including three critical flaws.
Since March 10, Tenable Research has attempted to work with Microsoft to address two serious flaws in the underlying infrastructure of Azure Synapse Analytics.
Ever notice how security teams operate more efficiently during a crisis? We need to take the same approach to security all the time. To help you get started, here are four best practices – and a new Tenable.io feature.
Among the thousands of vulnerabilities disclosed so far in 2022, we highlight five and explain why they matter.
External Attack Surface Management (EASM) is an essential foundation of cybersecurity best practices. Soon, you’ll be able to take advantage of automated attack surface discovery in Tenable products.
CVE-2022-26134: Zero-Day Vulnerability in Atlassian Confluence Server and Data Center Exploited in the WildJune 3, 2022
A critical vulnerability in Atlassian Confluence Server and Data Center has been exploited in the wild by multiple threat actors. Organizations should review and implement mitigation guidance until a patch becomes available.
How Can We Strengthen the Cybersecurity of Critical Infrastructure? Here Are My Suggestions for CISOs, Regulators, Vendors – and All CitizensJune 1, 2022
A year after the ransomware attack against the Colonial Pipeline, what can we do to further harden the IT and OT systems of power plants, fuel pipelines, water treatment plants and similar facilities?