Of the 18 percent of agencies that do have DMARC in play, only half are maximizing the benefits of the standard by quarantining or rejecting unauthenticated email to prevent domain name spoofing.
Microsoft's already battered Office 365 is once again being targeted, this time by KnockKnock, a botnet attack designed to specifically victimize the office productivity software suite.
Google is rolling out a new three-step cybersecurity plan designed to give extra protection to those most in need.
Domino's Pizza Australia has disclosed that a data breach at one of its third-party suppliers may have resulted in a spam campaign aimed at customers of the restaurant and food delivery chain.
DHS Acting Secretary Elaine Duke, will release a binding order requiring agencies to comply with DMARC plan within 30 days and https within 120 days.
A new and very ambitious malicious Chrome extension called Ldi has been uncovered, one that injects the Coinhive cryptocurrency miner into the target computer, accesses the victim's Gmail and Facebook accounts and registers newly created domains in that person's name.
Imran Awan wiped his iPhone just hours before the FBI arrested him at Dulles Airport as he waited to board a flight to Pakistan.
With phishing and business email compromise-style attacks the primary methods used by cybercriminals to gain access to an organization, it is imperative that employees be taught what to look out for when going through their email. So SC Media asked some top cybersecurity executives for their best training tips.
Freelance writers were the targets of a phishing scam when they received emails purportedly from editors at The Atlantic offering non-existent jobs.
Federal investigators have warned the Atlanta Public School system that all 6,000 of its employees may have had their personal information compromised due to a phishing scam.
Patrons of the Graton Casino and Resort may have lost more than just their money as the business has started notifying customers that some of their personally identifiable information may have been compromised.
A New Jersey man was arrested for placing and using a hidden sub-user account in his former company's email system, allowing him to enter and remove emails without authorization.
In the wake of the revelation that presidential advisor Jared Kushner used a private email account during the early portion of the Trump administration, reports have been published citing five additional White House staffers with the same activity.
Presidential senior adviser Jared Kushner has reportedly communicated with members of the Trump administration using a private email account, despite President Donald Trump's past criticisms of Hillary Clinton for doing the same thing as Secretary of State.
LinkedIn and Wells Fargo have found themselves once again at the center of a cyber issue, but this time hackers are using the business-oriented social media site to send phishing InMails posing as a Wells Fargo messages.
A large malspam campaign using spoofed email addresses has attempted to infect recipients with ransomware in roughly 20 million detected attacks since Tuesday, researchers from Barracuda Networks have reported.
American Pacific Mortgage (APM) has filed a breach of contract suit against Aspen Specialty Insurance Company disputing the latter's decision to not cover losses incurred from a business email compromise attack.
A just-documented ransomware strain called Defray is making some minor inroads by targeting firms in the healthcare, education, manufacturing and technology fields, that contains a ransom note that taunts the victim's IT department.
A new ransomware called SyncCrypt is using a unique method of downloading the malicious files that makes it very hard for an antivirus program to detect.
Three months after introducing anti-phishing security checks in Gmail for Android products, Google has extended this feature to iOS devices as well.
More than 800 Wall Street workers using an anonymous Bloomberg business terminal chat room were doxxed when an email containing their names and email addresses was sent to the chat room participants.
The Internal Revenue Service is warning of an email-based phishing scam that impersonates tax software providers, in order to trick professional accountants into giving away their log-in credentials for these services.