A new Norton by Symantec study found 80 percent of Americans are worried they will be victimized by an online crime, but at the same time consumers are over confident in the belief that their online habits are safe.
Researchers at Malwarebytes spotted a video malvertising campaign that highlights the ad industry's lack of security.
Researchers at SANS Internet Storm Center spotted a nuclear exploit kit delivering the Cryptowall ransomware in nuclear exploit kits.
Already a scourge on personal computers, as well as personal websites, ransomware is now going after Linux web servers.
Researchers at RSA discovered GlassRAT malware that targets Chinese nationals, business interests and more.
Dark web version of GitHub offers a place for developers to code controversial projects anonymously.
CryptoCoinsNews and Hacked are offering a reward for information on a cyberattack launched against them.
The EU is looking to crack down on anonymous currency exchanges that could be used by terrorist.
N.C. man sentenced for operating second largest music piracy site in the country.
Further security and privacy risks to users of Siri, Apple's personal assistant, have been revealed that could allow anyone to gain entry to personal data on someone else's iOS device.
A new variant of the notorious banking trojan Dyreza has been detected by researchers at Heimdal Security.
Researchers at Malwarebytes spotted a malvertising campaign performing drive-by-downloads on unsuspecting victims
The attacker defender asymmetry is well known. While it's impossible to defend all possible places of network compromise, defenders can shift the balance in their favor once the attacker has breached an endpoint.
It's not the chip cards themselves but the slow adoption of the platform in the U.S. that is leaving consumers vulnerable to credit card fraud, an FBI representative said recently.
With Black Friday and the holiday shopping season fast approaching, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is warning consumers to be on the lookout for cyber scams, particularly those offering "too good to be true" deals.
Oops! Wrong number. Or rather, wrong website. A man believed to be a "wannabe cybercriminal" mistook recent Damballa research on Pony Loader "as a sales pitch" and queried the company, looking to buy the malware and get help installing it.
Cyber-criminals have been trying to infect point of sale terminals in time for Christmas with a new strain of malware dubbed AbaddonPoS.
A Washington D.C.-based man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to charges that he participated in an identity fraud scheme that netted more than $315,000 in fraudulent federal income tax returns.
Security researchers discovered that visitors to the Ammyy website in late October were being served up malware along with the Ammyy Admin Remote Desktop Software that would allow the Buhtrap gang to gain control of victims' computers.
In a 23-count indictment, three people -- Gery Shalon, Joshua Samuel Aaron, and Ziv Orenstein - have been charged in the Southern District of New York with hacking into financial institutions and publications to manipulate stocks, including stealing customer data from JPMorgan Chase in a massive 2014 data breach.
Europol's European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) is supporting a series of cyber-safety walk-in events commencing on 9 November.
Email service provider ProtonMail paid a ransom demand after experiencing two apparent DDoS attacks, but to no avail.
A Scottish citizen was indicted by a federal grand jury in San Francisco Thursday for allegedly using Twitter accounts to manipulate stock prices causing $1.6 million in losses to shareholders.
A new study sheds light on the frustrations faced by enterprise security professionals who struggle to remediate a seemingly endless stream of vulnerabilities and security challenges.
RSA president Amit Yoran, speaking at the RSA Middle East conference, set out his tips for shifting the cyber-security industry's mindset toward data protection.
An unannounced data breach at a large firm prompted First National Bank of Omaha to reissue debit cards to customers in seven states.
Raising awareness of cyber-security is a year-round task but what better time than Halloween to use spooks, ghosts and demons to drive home the point?
German police, working with the European Union's criminal intelligence and judicial agencies Europol and Eurojust, conducted raids on the homes of DroidJack users throughout Germany.
Yellowfront Grocery in Damariscotta, Maine, notified its customers via Facebook that it had experienced a POS breach.
Weeks after law enforcement announced that the Dridex botnet had been significantly disrupted, researchers have warned that Dridex activity has resumed.
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