A British computer hacker was arrested on charges stemming from launching thousands of cyber-attacks against firms including Pokemon, Google, and Skype.
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.
A massive and crippling cyberattack upon the United States' infrastructure could elicit a nuclear response under a newly drafted strategy that has been presented to President Trump.
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.
Kaspersky researchers analyzed what they described as one of the most powerful Android malware.
A new variant of the disk wiping malware KillDisk is targeting financial firms in Latin America to wreak havoc without leaving so much as a note.
Malwarebytes researcher Jerome Segura analyzed a RIG exploit campaign distributing malware coin miners.
A North Korean cryptominer is raising questions as to whether it is a tool or a prototype to carry out silent attacks on unsuspecting CPUs.
The Federal Trade commission fined toy firm VTech $650,000 as part of a settlement for violating a U.S. children's privacy laws.
Cybercriminals launched a cyberattack using the official website of a Ukraine-based accounting software developer to distribute a new variant of Zeus over a. Ukrainian holiday.
Trend Micro researchers notified Google of a total of 36 malicious apps on Google Play posing as security tools.
A Nigerian Man was sentenced to 41 months in prison for his part in business compromises which swindled more than $25 million.
Anonymous collective recently declared that they would be launching attacks against any and all websites deemed to be affiliated.
Banking trojans have once again made their way past Google Play's security mechanisms, this time to target the Polish Financial sector.
BlackBerry pitches connected car security recommendations, self-driving truck huge cybercrime target
As our cars become more connected and our society moves closer to wide spread autonomous driving, companies are calling for national standards to secure devices.
The website used to peddle merchandise for the University of Warwick's rowing club was hit by a DDoS attack.
Google is warning users of a socially engineered spyware named Tizi that that looks to steal sensitive data from popular social media sites including WhatsApp, Skype, and Viber.
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.
Federal prosecutors are charging John Kelsey Gammell with using hackers for hire to launch DDoS attacks against former employers.
American's are worrying more about becoming victims of cybercrime far more than they are worrying about becoming victims of conventional crimes.
App stores that once distributed the rootkit malware used by ZNIU are now distributing a new iXintpwn/YJSNPI Variant.
Matrix ransomware is now being distributed via the RIG exploit kit on various sites displaying malvertising.
After the KRACK epidemic and the ROCA scare the latest DUHK cryptography attack may more of a threat than its quacked up to be for old Fortinet FortiGare devices.