Roughly 500,000 emails have been sent out so far as part of a massive multifaceted phishing campaign targeting customers of JPMorgan Chase.
Of the 355 IT and security professionals surveyed, a majority indicated that they were ill-equipped to thwart a possible insider threat.
The firm analyzed 1,000 free apps in Google Play which were most downloaded by users.
A spam campaign involving the Carbon Grabber crimeware kit is ongoing against the automotive industry in Europe, according to Symantec.
A piece of ransomware known as ZeroLocker contains various errors that may prevent files from being decrypted even if the ransom is paid.
Flashback caused a stir in 2012 when some 650,000 Macs were infected with the malware.
Incapsula's scrubbing servers were able to filter out more than 50 petabits of malicious DDoS traffic aimed at a video game company for longer than a month.
The campaign targets Spanish speaking victims, which also appears to be the native language of attackers.
Sources close to the breach investigation tipped off TrustedSec CEO David Kennedy.
Yet another clone of the nefarious ransomware CryptoLocker has been detected by security experts.
The vulnerability comes into play when Instagram users search for Facebook friends to "follow."
The high price of defending against cyber attacks exposes an age old problem in information security: how do you balance security requirements with maintaining your business's bottom line and ability to deliver service?
Google's Safe Browsing service will be expanded to protect Chrome users from downloading and installing software that makes unexpected changes to a computer.
A phishing campaign that mirrors earlier attacks lets victims choose the amount of an IRS refund.
Arbor Networks used data from five sinkholes to assess the threat posed by newGOZ, a Zeus variant that steals banking credentials from victims.
The NSA program, called "MonsterMind," is reportedly being developed by the intelligence agency.
SynoLocker attackers said the database of keys was available for $100,000.
The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) warned that the incident showcases the growing incidence of ATM skimming fraud.
A group of security pros called "I am The Cavalry" introduced a five star automotive cyber safety program.
A hacker that gained privileged access to a Canadian ISP's network hijacked net traffic from foreign networks to steal more than $83,000 in virtual currency.
About two months after botnet takedown efforts, new versions of the malware have surfaced in the U.S. and abroad.
In this video, Jay Radcliffe, senior security researcher at Rapid7, discusses his recent work and how the industry needs to get ahead of the game when it comes to medical device security.
Two critical fixes from the tech giant will plug RCE bugs impacting Windows and IE users.
Two hackers demonstrated how device vulnerabilities could allow attackers to access sensitive card data using multiple attack vectors.
In this video Teri Robinson sits with Jaime Blasco, director of AlienVault Labs, to discuss the prominent cyber criminal activity he and his team has witnessed this year.
Speaker Jason Healey warned that the internet can only endure so much abuse before it's irreversibly damaged.
F-Secure Chief Research Officer and acclaimed security expert Mikko Hypponen discussed the evolution of government-sponsored malware at Black Hat 2014.
Karl Sigler, Threat Intelligence Manager at Trustwave, discusses the Backoff point-of-sale malware that was recently uncovered by Trustwave in collaboration with government agencies like the Secret Service.
In this video interview, SC Magazine's Teri Robinson discusses the latest threat trends with Seculert CTO Aviv Raff at the 2014 Black Hat conference in Las Vegas.
An insecure home automation protocol allowed the hacker to control room amenities, like lights, TVs and temperature settings.