Our big event in Chicago once again brought in some of the most respective professionals in the security industry. Here's a brief look at some of the action that took place in the Windy City.
According to this month's threat stats, the United States leads the way in the top five regions of the world that receive the most spam with 17.37%.
Security professionals flocked to the Big Apple for this year's SC Congress event at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan to sit in on sessions featuring notable industry minds. Here's a look at some of the action at the recent event.
This month's global threat report once again features a slew of activity from big events in North America, to a massive leak of information in Japan.
According to this month's threat stats, when it comes to spam received, the United States leads the rest of the world.
This month's global threats include hackers attacking Miss Teen USA, data leaked in Belgium, and miscreants compromising the website and database of the Police Nursing College in Thailand.
The latest threat stats from the September issue indicate that the top breach in July took place at Texas Health Methodist Hospital, where 277,000 records were compromised.
There's never a dull moment in information security. Here's a look at some of the top incidents involving cyber crime that recently took place around the world.
According to this month's threat stats, the largest decreases in zombie activity occurred in Belarus and "other" South American nations. This slideshow features a look at some other insightful statistics from around the world.
The action continued on day two of the Black Hat briefings in Las Vegas, with hoards of security professionals networking, and some of the most impressive research of the year on display.
Las Vegas was buzzing for the first day of the Black Hat conference briefings at Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino. Here's a look at some of the action.
The top researchers in the world will descend upon Las Vegas next week for the highly anticipated Black Hat conference. This year's event features a record 110 talks. While you won't be able to attend them all -- unless perhaps you're the NSA -- we've made a handy list of 11 sessions spread over two days that you won't want to miss. Grab the popcorn. It's going to be good.
This month's global threat map once again highlights cyber crime taking place around the globe, including Anonymous and the Syrian Electronic Army's recent DDoS assault on the Turkish government.
We're only halfway through the year, but there has been plenty of action in courtrooms around the nation involving information security. Here are four notable cases that we've covered in 2013.
This month's threat stats continue to indicate that the ZeroAccess trojan is still the malware of choice for U.S. hackers.
Midway through 2013 we've sorted through the endless breaches that have already taken place, and have decided on what we believe are the top incidents in 2013 thus far. Don't forget to check out our "breaches" section for more information on the topic.
Yet another successful SC Congress event wraps up in Toronto! Here's a brief look at some of the action that took place on the second day of the conference. Photos: Michelle Yee
Day one of SC Congress Toronto was a massive success, featuring talks by some of the industry's brightest minds. Here's a look at some of the action at the annual event. Photos: Michelle Yee
June's global threats highlight a multitude of cyber crimes across the globe, including a phishing ruse ran by 18 students in Alaska.
According to our 2013 June threat stats, the largest decrease in zombie IP activity was in Russia and Vietnam, while the figure for other countries increased yet again.
Here's a quick look at the pros and cons of some of the digital forensic tools currently on the market, as reported by the SC Lab team.
This infographic created by TrendMicro, gives insight into how cyber criminals are improving in ways to steal money. Click here for the full infographic.
Out of a small list of options, we asked our readers who they believed presented the biggest cyber threat to U.S. companies. Here are the results of the poll along with additional statistics.
This infographic, created by Ping Identity, discusses the problems with password proliferation in the enterprise, and how the cost of common security measures may be more than some expect.
This infographic created by WhiteHat Security, provides insight into the state of website security and issues organizations face today.
This month's threat stats indicate that the encounter rate of web malware across the retail and wholesale industry was over 100 percent.
In this month's global threat map, events across the globe are highlighted that include the sentencing of a man who ran a phishing ring in the United States.
The final day of the conference held in London may have ended earlier than the first two, but the showroom floor was still buzzing from start to finish. Here's a brief look at day three.
The action continued on Day Two of the InfoSecurity Europe conference in London. With engaging and compelling presentations, keynotes, and panel discussions, there hasn’t been a dull moment.
Security professionals from all over Europe flocked to London for the start of the InfoSecurity Europe 2013 conference. Here's a brief look at the first day.
The SC Labs team took a look at some of the latest SIEM products on the market and reported the pros and cons. Here's a look.
In a recent online poll we asked our viewers if they thought President Obama's recent cyber security executive order was good enough to improve information sharing. Here are the results including additional stats.
In this inforgraphic, AlgoSec illustrates the findings of a recent survey in which security, network operations and compliance professionals shared their concerns and challenges with securing and managing increasingly complex networks.
Among other notable factoids, this month's global threats map indicates that Belarus was the leading source of all zombie IP addresses.
Based on McAfee Labs Research, this infographic attempts to predict the state of malware in 2013, including new threats and specific malware growth.
According to this month's threat stats, the total number of records containing sensitive data involved in breaches in the U.S. since January of 2005 is 607,255,063.
This month, we continue our periodic look at the hot product groups that are shaping the information security marketplace. Here are four products that are focused on securing virtual systems.
After dissecting some of the top Unified Threat Management (UTM) tools out in the market, the SC Lab team reported the "strengths" and "weaknesses."