As June 17th is Stop Cyberbullying Day, we have prepared a list of indicators that can help parents recognize whether their offspring is being cyberbullied.
Organizations need to take charge of their cybersecurity efforts to ensure they are well-equipped to deal with this growing threat.
Which country has the strictest parents? ESET’s recent survey tests whether old stereotypes ring true in the digital era.
As Windows 10 nears its one year anniversary, WeLiveSecurity gives an in-depth review of the operating system from a security and privacy perspective.
VerticalScope has experienced a major data breach, with cybercriminals making off with over 45 million records belonging to over 1,100 websites, it has been reported.
Differential privacy is going to be key to how Apple collects, stores and uses data, the tech giant revealed during its Worldwide Developers Conference.
Over 30 million Twitter account details are put up for sale on the computer underground.
Online scammers are trying to take advantage of fans desperately scouring the web for the last few tickets to Euro 2016 via newly created fake websites.
The majority of IT professionals say they are not confident in their ability to keep their organization’s data secure following a breach, a Gemalto study has found.
The University of Calgary has handed over $20,000 CND to cybercriminals, who had launched a ransomware attack on the institution.
Cases of malware and crimeware incidents are reported daily around the world. Indeed, the number of reports, detections and threats grows constantly.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the US has relaunched its Get Transcript online service, which it says is delivers enhanced cybersecurity.
Don’t panic. Facebook and Netflix have not suffered a data breach. But it’s quite possible that they are asking you to change your password.
With ransomware running rampant we asked Americans if they thought the US federal government was doing enough to catch and prosecute computer criminals.
It has been two weeks since ESET created a TeslaCrypt decryptor, which allows victims of this ransomware to get their files back. Since then, over 32,000 users around the globe have taken advantage of this opportunity and downloaded the tool.