Do you still believe you can prevent 100% of intrusion attempts? If not, how do you find attackers once they land in your network?
Cyber security is now a topic of discussion at the majority of board meetings, according to a recent NYSE/Veracode survey.
A self-described computer specialist is claiming to have 32,000 of Hillary Clinton's private emails for sale at $500,000 or to the highest bidder.
Youthful mischief online can wreak havoc for offenders. Can IT security community leaders provide alternatives?
Six arrested teenagers from around the UK have been released on bail after suspicions of using Lizard Squad's cyber-attack tool to target websites and services.
By now you've probably heard about new ransomware threats like CryptoWall, which encrypts your data and demands payment to unlock it. These threats are delivered via malicious email attachments or websites, and once they execute and connect to an external command and control server, they start to encrypt files throughout your network.
The FBI reported that BEC scams have cost U.S. victims nearly $750 million and have impacted more than 7,000 people.
After the arrest of six British teenagers, hacking group Lizard Squad is claiming responsibility for a DDoS attack that knocked out the NCA website.
Digital identities are being exploited on a routine basis by sophisticated cybercriminals, says a just released ThreatMetrix study.
A newly registered domain disguises itself as an official Electronic Frontier Foundation website and is being used in various spear phishing attacks.
Finnish authorities nabbed Russian citizen Maxim Senakh, wanted in the U.S. on computer fraud charges for spreading malware.
Automakers are banding together to help guard against and mitigate a new breed of cyberattack targeting on-board computer systems.
A pastor and former Morgan Stanley VP charged by federal prosecutors as "the linchpin of a sprawling financial and hacking conspiracy" is free on $2 million bail.
Malware author Morgan Culbertson pleaded guilty on Tuesday in a Pittsburgh federal court.
Data breach by holiday company, Thomson, reveals the personal details of nearly 500 customers.
An Alabama man, along with several partners, have been indicted on ID theft and other tax-related charges for filing false income tax returns.
Online rumblings began pointing to a lone female as the perpetrator of the Ashley Madison data breach while class-action lawsuits were filed and reward offered.
Phillip Fleitz of Indianapolis is the third person in the U.S. to plead guilty in the Darkode cybercrime case.
Lee Gray, aka Supremesmoke, was indicted in Indiana earlier this week on federal charges of drug trafficking and money laundering on the Deep Web.
A former London-based State Department worker has been indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with an online hacking and sextortion scheme.
Michael Martinez, 26, allegedly solicited three females, including a minor, for sexually explicit photos and then extorted them.
Europol's European Cybercrime Center and FireEye will be sharing knowledge and expertise to fight cybercrime.
The FBI announced that Darkode hacker Eric Crocker, known as "Phastman," pleaded guilty on Monday for sending spam.
While the IRS continues investigating its May data breach, the accessing of sensitive information brings up the idea of two-factor authentication and passwords.
Carnegie Mellon University researchers analyzed 35 dark web marketplaces, including the Silk Road, to determine their daily sales.
Drivers in the Washington, D.C. metro area are being targeted by a phishing scam that purports to come from E-ZPass.
The Darkhotel APT group swapped out its previous Flash zero-days this past month for an exposed Hacking Team zero-day.
Ubiquiti Networks, a wireless networking products provider, lost nearly $47 million in cyber fraud involving phony transfer requests.
Security Researcher Morgan Marquis-Boire revealed that RAT AlienSpy was used to spy on the phone of Alberto Nisman.
The Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission just reported that last month it was the victim of a ransomware attack and was asked to pay 500 Bitcoins to release 15,000 impacted files.
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