Cy Vance spoke on the lack of federal legislation to force tech giants to make exceptions in smartphone encryption for when judicial warrants are issued.
Malwarebytes researchers are warning IT workers seeking love online to beware "CatPhishing" scams which can leave entire companies devastated.
Forces of the dark side are hijacking send-to-a-friend (a.k.a. share-with-a-friend) social sharing modules to send random Star Wars quotes and malicious links.
Another wiper malware posing as a ransomware is targeting German businesses under the guise of fake job applicants inquiring about openings.
A Michigan non-profit is working with federal, state, and local law enforcement to add services to the already established 211 system to serve victims of cybercrimes.
While SEO best practices help brands reach the widest possible audiences these same tactics can also be leveraged to help cybercriminals reach the most victims.
Former Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer apologized on Wednesday for the two massive data breaches at Yahoo
An exploit in the InPage word processor program was used as an attack vector by three malware families.
App stores that once distributed the rootkit malware used by ZNIU are now distributing a new iXintpwn/YJSNPI Variant.
Whether out of shame for being victimized or confusion over what to do more than half of employees who fell victim to a ransomware attack decided to pay the ransom amount themselves, a recent survey found.
A new banking trojan dubbed "Silence" is using methods similar to those used by the Carbanak gang to target Russian financial institutions.
Former University of Iowa student Trevor Graves was arrested last week and charged in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Iowa with hacking into the school's system to change grades.
A bug within T-Mobile's wsg.t-mobile.com API may have allowed attackers to access customer data that can be used to carry out phishing attacks or worse.
Hackers from the vigilante group Anonymous targeted websites run by Spain's Ministry of Public Works and Transport on Oct. 21 in support of the Catalan independence movement.
An Android banking trojan dubbed LokiBot turns into a ransomware when users try to remove its admin privileges in a last ditch effort to extort the user.
The proposed legislation would require government to obtain a warrant to search for communications of people in the United States and alert targets when the information collected under Section 702 is being used against them.
Cybercriminals took advantage of popular cryptocurrency exchange Poloniex's lack of an official app to dupe unsuspecting users into downloading credential stealing malware.
A trojanized version of Elmedia Player software was seen being distributed via Elmedia's own official site in the late hours of Oct 20, 2017.
As cryptocurrencies grow in value researchers have taken note that cybercriminals are adapting old drive-by download style attack methods.
The cyberespionage group Leviathan is targeting high-value targets in the maritime industries, naval defense contractors, and associated research institutions.
Deputy AG Rod J. Rosenstein called for tech companies to use "responsible encryption."
A University of Kansas student was expelled from the school after allegedly changing his grades from an F to and A using information he obtained via a keystroke logger.
WannaCry ransomware was spotted in an advertisement on the Middle Eastern and North African underground forums for $50 just two days after the malware's outbreak.
The Dark Overlord expanded its attacks against schools last week when it took on two districts sending texts and emails that threatened the students safety if their ransom demand was not met.