A relatively recently launched (two years ago) Java-based remote access tool dubbed "Qrypter" is gaining popularity over existing cross-platform backdoors such as Adwind as an efficient Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) platform.
As the number of data breaches increases a recent study found that execs and board members should be more involved in data breach planning.
$72 million worth of bitcoins have been stolen from Hong Kong-based bitcoin exchange causing the price of bitcoins to drop, casting doubt on the government's decision to use blockchain technology for its Crown Commercial Service.
Opening in April 2016, the US DoD will open a bug bounty programme to try and crowdsource the security of their public facing websites and internal networks.
Threat actors are using a fake CloudFlare DDoS check page to redirect victims to a nuclear EK.
A Bahamian man was arrested in New York for allegedly hacking into celebrities' personal emails to steal and sell private sex tapes and scripts.
The DOJ is investigating the May 2014 Uber breach including allegations against Lyft employees.
Michael Cosiscia was convicted for disrupting commodity futures prices in a $1.4 million fraud scheme marking the first federal prosecution of its kind.
A former Morgan Stanley financial adviser who was fired for stealing the data of approximately 730,000 clients pleaded guilty in federal court on Monday.
Cesar Mauricio Estrada-Davila, of Los Angeles, faces 150 charges relating to extorting young girls for naked photos.