A Vietnamese adware dubbed "GhostTeam" was found hiding in 53 Google Play apps disguised as utility apps, device performance boosting apps, and social media downloaders.
Attackers have made off with up to $400,000 (£290,000) in cryptocurrency after an ingenious attack on Stellar Lumen (XLM) wallet, BlackWallet.
The organization is chaired by IBM Chairman, President and CEO Ginni Rometty, Rep. Will Hurd, and former White House Homeland Security Advisor Lisa O. Monaco.
The Necurs botnet continued to launch massive global ransomware attacks through the Holiday Season with researchers stopping as many as 47 million emails per day.
A tech CEO noticed the free Wi-Fi at his local Starbucks didn't exactly come without a price after discovering the network was to mining cryptocurrency.
The City of Spring Hill, Tenn. is still suffering from the effects of a ransomware attack that struck the municipality in early November when government officials refused to pay the $250,000 ransom demanded by the cybercriminals.
The Dark Overlord cybergang has at least temporarily moved away from attacking school districts and has turned back to threatening to release celebrity private information by hacking a London, UK plastic surgery firm.
Reps. Tom Graves, R-Ga., and Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., today introduced the Active Cyber Defense Bill which if passed would give individuals and companies hit with a cyberattack the legal authority to hack back against their assailant.
Newly published research suggests that while there has been a marked increase in spending to mitigate against Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, organisations are still falling victim.
CBS's Showtime is the latest site to silently mine cryptocurrencies off of the systems of unsuspecting users in the latest trend of cryptocurrency miner infections.
GSM-based credit card skimmers capable of sending credit card data via text messages were at three New York gas stations.
Malwarebytes researchers have developed decryptors for unlocking all legitimate older versions of Petya ransomware.
With warnings about stress testing response mechanisms, the Prudential Regulation Authority is putting the insurance industry on notice as to what it expects from the cyber risk market.
Android 7.1 Nougat contains a secret panic mode designed to be triggered in the event that malware locks a user's screen.
A new report from EfficientIP reveals a lack of awareness as to the variety of DNS attacks, a failure to adapt security solutions to protect DNS and poor responses to vulnerability notifications among businesses worldwide.
Both Edward Snowden and the Shadowbrokers have used the NotPetya attacks, to provide their unique perspective on the situation.
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.
SC spoke to Adam Meyers, VP of intelligence at Crowdstrike at this year's InfoSec Europe 2017 about attribution and why it could be useful even for smaller businesses.
Hackers launched an attack against Union Bank of India that was very similar to the attack Bangladesh bank heist that resulted in the theft of $81 million.
The probe of a U.S.-based Turkish hacker shed light on an Austrian intelligence agency dispute and found that the Bowling Green attacks may have been real after all, just cyber
"Cybersecurity is a service and the service is enterprise is risk management," City of San Diego Chief Information Security Officer, Deputy Director Gary Hayslip
A Pittsburgh child admitted to launching cyberattacks on the Brussels airport just hours after last year's ISIS attacks.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center isn't responsible for protecting employee data.
The Leet Botnet may have wrested the 2016 crown as most powerful distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack from Mirai with a 650 Gigabit per second (Gbps) attack launched early last week.
Japanese Defense Ministry and Self-Defense Force (SDF) was targeted in September by a sophisticated cyberattack, according to sources cited by The Japan Times.
Retailers and shoppers hardly need to see Santa's Naughty or Nice list to know where most cybercriminals will land this year, although probably not all.