With Black Friday here and shoppers using every online method available to find the best deals, Cisco Talos Security Intelligence and Research Group warned shoppers that cybercriminals will also be out in force this holiday season.
Just one month after U.S. and U.K. law enforcement helped take down Dridex, Trend Micro is reporting the botnet is bouncing back.
By the time the National Security Agency (NSA) nixed its email surveillance program in December 2011, other surveillance initiatives that could "satisfy certain foreign intelligence requirements" had taken its place, according to a report in The New York Times.
Password managers are intended to make life easier and safer for consumers, but researchers from Salesforce have discovered a way to crack LastPass and this could mean other similar services are also vulnerable.
Cybercrimminals are using the fear generated from the recent wave of terror attacks to target corporate offices in the Middle East and Canada with spear phishing attacks.
From an IT standpoint it is clear the Islamic terror group ISIS takes its internet security protocols seriously.
Over two thirds of British respondents to a recent survey are unaware that they could be vulnerable to cyber-attack simply by opening an email.
Researchers at the Microsoft Malware Protection Center have observed a hacking team that they call Strontium aiming zero-day attacks at servers in governments, military forces and diplomatic organizations within members of NATO, journalists and political advisors as well as some governments within Eastern Europe.
A new variant of the notorious banking trojan Dyreza has been detected by researchers at Heimdal Security.
A new phishing campaign targeting DHL delivery customers has been detected by the Comodo Antispam Labs team.
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.
Google announced that it will soon start to notify users when incoming Gmails are unencrypted
A new cyber-syndicate has arrived on the scene targeting mainly email providers and using tactics which seem very familiar.
There are legal issues and technical vulnerabilties aound the use of fingerprint scanners on mobiles, hence, Anthony Neary says, it is vital to have a mix of solutions which enable maximum possible security.
While there is a regular discussion of how to prevent successful phishing attempts, one of the most successful approaches is ongoing employee training, says Colin McKinty, VP Cyber Security Strategy at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence.
Modern PGP clients such as Mailvelope - designed to support encrypted email communications - are so difficult to use that few individuals are able to configure and use them.
Companies that force employees to create complicated and hard to remember passwords are taking the wrong approach to ensure corporate security, according to a report by an IBM Security Intelligence researcher.
Reporter Ashley Carman chats with Bruce McCulley at SC Congress New York about social engineering and how to keep users safe while still facilitating their work.
A high school student has claimed to have hacked the private email account of CIA Director John Brennan where the student found a number of sensitive, government-related files, according to a report in the New York Post.
Adobe has issued a security advisory for an Adobe Flash Player zero-day exploit being used by the folks behind the Pawn Storm cyber espionage campaign to target foreign ministries worldwide.
Darren Guccione, CEO and Co-Founder of Keeper Security, stressed that consumers need to up their password complexity and be proactive when it comes to protecting their data, both in and out of the home.
A published report states presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's private email server was probed by several hacking teams from China, Germany and South Korea after she stepped down as secretary of state in 2013.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) unveiled two projects designed to secure email.
The impact of Canada's anti-spam legislation for companies big and small.
Internet infrastructure provider Internap is denying it is directly connected in any way regarding former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email server, contradicting a story posted today by Breitbart.com.
Researchers at Malwarebytes spotted an email phishing scam on Wednesday that targets Amazon users in the UK.
Microsoft says it fears that a precedent could be set, leading to a "global free-for-all" eroding personal privacy, as US government seeks to force it to hand over user's email.
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) has introduced a new video program to help government workers avoid cyber attacks.
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.
Canadian researchers at Citizen Lab released a report today describing a phishing campaign being conducted against Iranian dissidents and how utilizing a two-factor authentication (2FA) tool helped foil most of the attacks.
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