GSM-based credit card skimmers capable of sending credit card data via text messages were at three New York gas stations.
There are four million 3G-capable mobile devices in North Korea, but only the small group of the most senior leaders and ruling elite are granted direct access to the worldwide internet.
An attack on Italian bank, UniCredit, has led to the accounts of 400,000 loan customers being accessed.
Victims will download an app from the store only to find the app in no way resembles what the user was expecting, but instead is an app disguised as a Flash Player.
Analysis of the psychology behind digital ransom notes sheds light on the range of social engineering tactics used by cyber-attackers.
The personal information of millions of job seekers across ten states was compromised when an attacker managed to exploit a vulnerability in the application code of the America's Job Link Alliance division of the Kansas Department of Commerce.
The Russian hacker who pleaded guilty for his role in co-developing the Citadel malware Wednesday was sentenced to five years in Prison.
We all know time is money but when it comes to cybercrime even a minute of down time could cost the mightiest of firms a hefty fine.
ESET researchers warn users beware phishing messages purportedly from WhatsApp warning users their subscription is up.
A new variant CryptoMix ransomware is appending the .EXTE extension to the names of the folders it captures.
Researchers spotted a phishing campaign combined with a man-in-the-middle (MiTM) attack to target Mac OS users and spread the OSX/Dok malware.
The Detroit Medical Center (DMC) has alerted more than 1,500 of a data breach caused by an employee who shared personal information with unauthorized individuals.
Symantec researchers spotted attackers increasingly making use of tools already installed on targeted computers.
Android 7.1 Nougat contains a secret panic mode designed to be triggered in the event that malware locks a user's screen.
Researchers accuse Apple of playing cheap with its bug bounty payout offerings.
A recently approved patent on a gunshot detection system has privacy advocates concerned about what we are willing to sacrifice to catch criminals.
A new report has revealed the tricks IS sympathisers use to avoid automated law enforcement surveillance software.
International consumer goods giant Reckitt Benckiser has announced a large loss in revenue as it recovers from last week's Petya/NotPetya ransomware attack.
The ICO has released its international strategy, plotting its plans for Brexit and GDPR compliance.
A security researcher developed a script to bombard IRS scammers with phone calls 28 times per second.
Researchers last week spotted a new variant of the Koler ransomware targeting U.S. users with fake Pornhub apps in its latest campaign.
After recently wreaking havoc on a Japanese Honda plant, WannaCry made its way across the ocean to Australian traffic cameras.
New York State Supreme Court Justice Lori Sattler was duped out of more than $1 million while trying to sell her Upper East Side apartment and purchase another.
The stolen credentials reportedly give access to internal databases from the server admin.state.mn.us, which connects to other databases of the sites mn.state.us and mn.gov
The European Central Bank has announced it is looking to encourage information sharing between financial institutions, and the mandatory reporting of incidents appears to be a big part of its cyber-resilience strategy.