Cloud computing is creating new challenges among security professionals as attackers embrace the "as-a-service model", giving unsophisticated cybercriminals a leg up in carrying out attacks.
Google was caught not disclosing a potential data breach -- leaving questions as to whether a lack of transparency is the new normal.
Most of the attacks originated in China.
The breach also impacted hundreds of Shopper Approved's customers.
Researchers say a medium severity bug should now be rated critical because of a new hack technique that allows for remote code execution on MikroTik edge and consumer routers.
Software patching becomes a new reality for smart TV owners.
A spyware attack on a Saudi dissident living in Canada made headlines this week, but Citizen Lab warns that simpler attacks are the real epidemic.
D-Link has released the beta version of the controller which addresses the reported vulnerabilities.
Threatpost editors discuss the highlights and biggest breaking news from this past week.
The business of fake likes and followers turns out to be a sprawling enterprise -- likely tied back to IoT botnet activity.