For the second year in a row, the financial services industry tops the charts as the most targeted industry with the highest volume of security incidents and the third highest volume of cyber-attacks.
Celebgate hacker who stole Jennifer Lawrence nudes pleads guilty of breaking into nearly 240 iCloud accounts
A Connecticut man admitted to hacking into the iCloud accounts of prominent females celebrities including "Red Sparrow" actress Jennifer Lawrence and more than 200 others.
Cybercriminals are once again abusing trusted applications, such as Microsoft Office, to launch multi-stage attacks inside malicious documents to deliver Formbook malware
Brute force attacks are being used to compromise Magento sites to scrape payment card data and deliver cryptomining malware.
A whistleblower has released documents bolstering claims the U.K. company at the center of the Facebook-Cambridge Analytical scandal didn't destroy user data.
Fancy Bear hackers are suspected of launching a foiled cyber-attack on the United Kingdom's Anti-Doping Agency.
A Vanderbilt University researcher is claiming more than 2,100 patient deaths are linked to hospital data breaches each year.
SC Media chats with NSS Labs CEO Vikram Phatak to discuss some of the latest cyber threats and how evasions are one of the most common flaws in popular security products.
Bitcoin stealing malware that swaps user accounts with that of the attacker was hosted on Download.com servers for nearly a year.
Cryptocurrency miners are seemingly working away under every rock on the internet and there is a good reason. It's an almost guaranteed payday with a much-reduced chance of discovery.
A federal judge in California Friday ruled Yahoo must face many of the claims brought against the firm in a lawsuit over the company's massive data breaches.
The Hacking Team is back to developing spyware as previously unreported samples of its infamous surveillance RCS tool were reportedly spotted in the wild.
U.K. police tried DDoS style attacks to disrupt service on suspected drug dealer's phones in cases where they couldn't prosecute but were looking to interfere with the drug trade.
A Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) employee feel victim to a phishing attack that compromised their login credentials.
An easy-to-exploit bug has left Tinder accounts and private chats exposed to hackers, revealed a researcher this week.
Researchers discovered new details in the "Olympic Destroyer" malware which targeted the Winter Olympics in n Pyeongchang, South Korea.
A phishing attack compromised the information of Waldo County employees in Maine.
Radiflow researchers discovered the malware attacking the OT network of a water utility company in order to mine the Monero cryptocurrency.
Cybercriminals are exploiting traditional measures of trust to gain a foothold on users systems by compromising trusted sites.
A Columbia University grad student was arrested for leaving key logger malware on USB sticks left throughout the campus.
Kaspersky researchers found that access to legitimate adult sites is fueling a lucrative trade on the dark web.
Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck Sunday told customers it would be repaying about 90 percent of the $534 million worth of NEM coin stolen.
A recent uptick in cyberattacks on organizations using cryptocurrency-mining tools suggest a trend of cybercriminals using cryptominers for more disruptive and destructive attacks.
The elusive FinFisher spyware, which is used widely in covert surveillance campaigns, especially by oppressive nations against political opposition, could soon be cracked, researchers believe.
A Florida state law enforcement officer purchased publicly available software which could allow the interception of social media messages, email and other information.
The personal identifiable information (PII) of infants, including Social Security numbers, were spotted advertised for sale on the dark web.
The UK creator of malware resources Cryptex and reFUD.me, used by thousands in the cyber-crime world, has this week pleaded guilty to charges under the Computer Misuse Act and Proceeds of Crime Act.
Academics with innovative ideas in cyber-security that have potential for commercialisation are invited to apply for grants of up to £16k from Innovate UK, working with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.