The US-based nonprofit organization Consumer Reports has come up with a new standard that aims to boost consumer confidence in privacy and data security.
Archives - March 2017
ESET researchers discovered 13 new Instagram credential stealers on Google play and looked into the motivations behind their fraudulent schemes.
ESET's Lysa Myers looks at the shortage of qualified information security talent to fill positions, discussing ways in which to plug the infosec talent gap.
ESET researchers have observed an increased number of apps on Google Play using social engineering techniques to boost their ratings, ranging from legitimate apps, through adware to malware.
Another day, another important security update for WordPress. If you're running a self-hosted version of WordPress, you must update the software on your website now.
Technology is affecting our relationships and changing our lives, but are we taking the necessary measures to protect ourselves online? Here's how to outsmart cybercriminals.
The Internet of Stranger Things came to life in the recent case of a cuddly connected toy, raising wider and deeper questions about cybersecurity, privacy, and the future of digital technology.
Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer has missed out on $2m from her annual bonus due to her management of security breaches affecting billions of users.
Bletchley Park, considered to be the birthplace of modern computing, is to train the generation of cybersecurity codebreakers.
The UK is developing an internet safety strategy in an attempt to secure a position as “the safest place in the world for young people to go online”.
Talking Android ransomware sounds like something out of a science fiction movie. It's not - it's very real, explains ESET's Lukas Stefanko.