Over the past year, cases of ransomware have gained prominence in the field of computer security due to a notable growth in the number of victims. This is, in turn, due to the significant profits that cybercriminals can obtain from this type of malicious campaign.
A 28 year-old Chicago man has pleaded guilty to using phishing scams to illegally access more than 300 iCloud and Gmail accounts, around 30 of which belonged to celebrities.
Welcome to this week’s security review, including a closer look at cash machine security as ATMs turn 49 years old.
Over the course of the last year, ESET has detected and analyzed several instances of malware used for targeted espionage – dubbed SBDH toolkit.
Fansmitter, a new malware with the capability to extract data from air-gapped computers, has been developed by scientists in Israel.
Social media platforms are increasingly being targeted, as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg found out earlier this month. Here, we look at how to keep your accounts secure.
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas has experienced a data breach. Its investigation found unauthorized access to its payment card environment.
If you are traveling this summer and taking your gadgets with you, this guide will ensure that you keep cyber safe when on the road.
Knowing where your weak spots are as organization is important, as is ensuring that you actively do everything you can to stay secure from data leaks.
A widespread hoax is being circulated between Facebook users, in the mistaken belief that posting the message will will give them more control over their privacy.
Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai is the latest public figure to have his online accounts hijacked by OurMine.
Some of the most dangerous vectors used by cybercriminals are those that involve scripts, since they are difficult for users to detect, says Josep Albors.
Forty-nine years after the first ATM was installed in London, we ask how secure our cash machines are today?
Welcome to this week’s security review, which includes an in-depth discussion of the most common reasons for corporate data loss.
The seriousness of cyberattacks is such that it should be included in international humanitarian law, a new report from the Global Commission on Internet Governance has said.