TLS 1.3 has officially become standard last week, offering improved privacy, security and performance to the internet security protocol.
The Wi-Fi alliance announced a new and improved next-generation Wi-Fi security for personal and enterprise networks dubbed “WiFi CERTIFIED WPA3.”
The PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has published a minor revision to the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) many businesses use to safeguard payment card data. The latest version 3.2.1 replaces the previous version 3.2 to mainly account for migrations to newer and more secure versions of Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and early Transport Layer Security (TLS), given previous migration deadlines have passed.
US-CERT and the CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC) issued a security advisory on a Transport Layer Security (TLS) vulnerability dubbed “ROBOT”.
The NIST standard, SP 800-177 Revision 1, Trustworthy Email (Draft) was released last month and offers up-to-date security guidance to include SPF, DKIM, DMARC, and email digital signatures and encryption (via S/MIME), among others.
USB flash drives can often be a threat to your organization as malicious insiders could use them to steal your most sensitive data. Organizations should also be aware that USB drives can also be used to plant malware, such as backdoors and fileless malware.
A hacker going by the name of xerub claims to have published the decryption key that could be used to unlock the Apple iOS’ Secure Enclave Processor (SEP) firmware.
A team of security researchers from several universities have cracked the 1024-bit RSA encryption in theLibgcrypt cryptographic library used by GnuPG.