Microsoft reported around 250,000 victims, after hackers bypassed authentication measures via zero-day exploits.
With remote work here to stay, the mainframe could be exposed to a host of risks. IT teams need to ensure that no one can break-in.
A more active defense strategy for security analysts, threat hunting is an iterative process, based on a hypothesis, to detect threats that have already evaded your system but remain hidden
Ransomware put cybersecurity on the map in a way few other security threats have. Pervasive and dramatic attacks brought cybersecurity into the limelight.
The security threats we’re dealing with today are worlds apart from what was common decades ago. External hacking threats are constantly evolving and becoming more sophisticated, and as mainframers implement [...]
Here at KRI, we’re focused on helping businesses take control of their mainframe security. A large part of that means developing and improving our vulnerability detection technology. It’s also important [...]
Having worked in mainframes for decades, I’ve had a front-row seat to one of the industry’s most persistent problems: its attitude toward mainframe security. For a long time, the common belief has been [...]
By Ray Overby Could your mainframe security practices be putting your organization at risk? Mainframe vulnerability management is notoriously overlooked, and there’s one common mainframe threat that most businesses aren’t [...]
Like any other system, mainframes are subject to ransomware attacks, cybersecurity threats, and code-based vulnerabilities that leave them open to serious exposures, but many CIOs, CISOs and security professionals aren’t aware of these risks.