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In a survey conducted this year by BitSight and the Center for Financial Professionals, 97% of financial services companies said third-party risk were becoming a major concern. Nearly eight in 10...

Federal agencies fail to follow basic computer security standards including relying on a 48-year-old system for critical work, leaving the government vulnerable to hackers, according to...

Boston is a Hub of a lot of businesses, including cyber and cloud security.

It's such a hub that Amazon chose Boston to host its first conference dedicated to cloud security now going on the...

Risk management vendor BitSight, which posted new research last Thursday, incorporated Graham's tool in its own scanning platform and initially found 972,829 vulnerable Windows systems on May 31,...

BitSight ran an internet scan in mid-June for systems vulnerable to BlueKeep. It too found about a million vulnerable machines, but the exposure to BlueKeep is greatest in China, where less than...

“It’s become widely accepted policy and practice that the private sector is on their own when it comes to defending against cyberattacks,” said Stephen Boyer, chief technology officer at BitSight,...

More than 970,000 systems, mostly in the U.S. and China, still are vulnerable to BlueKeep, according to numbers published by security vendor BitSight, which incorporates previous findings by...

According to data from BitSight, the highest number of vulnerable devices is in China, followed by the United States. The telecommunications, education, and tech sectors are the most impacted.

Even so, new research by BitSight earlier this month showed that nearly 1 million Internet-exposed systems remain unpatched against BlueKeep and therefore vulnerable to attack. Another report from...

The BlueKeep RDP vulnerability continues to be a ticking time bomb one month after Microsoft publicly disclosed the flaw. New research from security vendor BitSight shows that close to 1 million...

The hacking method is changing recently. Hackers do not hack directly to the target company, but hack the partner company and then detour to get information from the target company.

Jake Olcott, a vice president at BitSight, advised that while other sectors like finance and utilities maintain a laser-focus on measuring and monitoring third-party cyber-risk, the hospitality...

As the biggest task of business IT, 'security' is being talked about, the service that can check the current security status of the company is officially introduced in Korea. BitSight, an IT...

Earlier this week, The Washington Post reported that US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) suffered a data breach involving hackers gaining access to photos of people’s faces and license plates...

Security is no longer just a job for IT – it impacts all areas of a business, from brand perception to the bottom line. As a result, CISOs are increasingly being asked to deliver cybersecurity...

The risk associated with the Microsoft Windows vulnerability known as BlueKeep, which affects Remote Desktop Services, is more widespread than the EternalBlue vulnerability used to carry out...

New research from BitSight indicates the BlueKeep vulnerability could prove more serious than EternalBlue, the vulnerability that was exploited by the WannaCry attacks.

The recently discovered BlueKeep flaw has the potential to be as destructive or even worse than EternalBlue–the basis of the WannaCry ransomware–and it’s critical for organizations to patch any...

CEOs and board members are increasingly under the microscope when it comes to managing cyber risk. The financial, legal, and regulatory impact that cyber incidents can have upon organizations have...