Administering a phishing test and training without knowing an employee's weakness is not only ineffective and expensive, but unlikely to teach workers how to avoid a phishing attack.
Cybercriminals have been targeting Scottish government, universities and health organizations at a high rate with more than half of their local councils being hit since 2014
While the fraudsters committed a few errors in phony site, those unfamiliar with the actual site, such as foreign exchange students might easily mistake it for real.
Prospective Newcastle University students are being scammed into handing over details and making payments for fake courses.
Google claims new 'unverified app' warning will cut down on phishing attacks from within G Suite by giving users information on potentially dodgy apps and scripts.
We all know time is money but when it comes to cybercrime even a minute of down time could cost the mightiest of firms a hefty fine.
The standard, which is not yet widely adopted by the federal government, including DHS, "would make it significantly harder for fraudsters and foreign governments to impersonate" agencies, Wyden wrote in a letter.
ESET researchers warn users beware phishing messages purportedly from WhatsApp warning users their subscription is up.
Researchers spotted a phishing campaign combined with a man-in-the-middle (MiTM) attack to target Mac OS users and spread the OSX/Dok malware.
Two Belgian security researchers have found a flaw with Oracle Access Manager (OAM) version 10g that 99 percent of the companies they checked on did not have properly configured thus leaving those organizations open to a specially crafted phishing attack.
Symantec researchers spotted attackers increasingly making use of tools already installed on targeted computers.
A hoax warning is circulating Facebook urging users to decline a friend request from alleged hacker Jayden K Smith.
Since May, foreign hackers have breached computer networks at 12 or more U.S. power plants, including nuclear facilities, prompting the FBI and DHS to issue an urgent amber warning to utility companies, according to reports.
The teens will sharpen their cyber skills and ethics, learning how to improve password security, avoid phishing lures and improve other network security skills under the tutelage of AFA employee experts at AT&T offices.
New York State Supreme Court Justice Lori Sattler was duped out of more than $1 million while trying to sell her Upper East Side apartment and purchase another.
The phishing attacks against Australian energy customers grew yesterday with Mailguard reporting an enormous number of phishing attempts made centered on fake Origin Energy bills.
Mailguard is reporting that a large number of malicious emails posing as a bill from EnergyAustralia is swarming across that nation.
A cyber extortion group has been burrowing its way into enterprise networks, stealing data and then using their ill-gotten gains to demand ransom from victims.
A new phishing scam is duping victims into sending selfies to a site they believe is PayPal, but is, in fact, harvesting their credit card data
With the value of cryptocurrencies like bitcoin continuing to climb, cybercriminals are looking to expand the tricks they use to steal these virtual dollars.
A Stanford University website was reportedly compromised for four months without detection, allowing hackers to abuse it to host malicious web shells, phishing kits and defacement images.
New York drivers are being targeted in a phishing scam where an email they receive warns they have 48 hours to pay a fine or have their driver's license revoked.
A phishing scam in December 2016 resulted in a data breach at the University of Alaska, affecting around 25,000 students, staff and faculty members, according to a report on Wednesday by local Anchorage NBC affiliate KTUU.
A recent investigative study by the Citizen Lab connects Russian actors to the practice of stealing, negatively altering and then releasing documents in an effort to damage the personal reputation of government officials, candidates and journalists in dozens of countries.
Cybercriminals have brought back an older attack vector using LNK files to execute PowerShell scripts to download malware.
Federal agencies are setting up more formal insider threat prevention programs at a much higher rate but few have seen progress as a result.
Threat actors are using stolen DocuSign customer emails in a phishing campaign to spread malicious Word Documents.
Cyber-criminals are attempting to steal credentials from French companies and consumers, yet the campaign is falsely attributed to the Bank of France.