Just in time for Halloween, we look at the haunting reality of data breaches and highlight five tales that spooked not only the cyber-world
In-game chats were flooded with messages from somebody who tried to coerce players into subscribing to a dubious YouTube channel
What are some of the key security risks to be aware of when using USB flash drives and how can you mitigate the threats?
As more and more hotels are turning rooms into offices, the FBI is warning remote workers of cyber-threats lurking in the shadows
As we steadily adopt smart devices into our lives, we shouldn’t forget about keeping them secured and our data protected
A month teaching us that when everyone pitches in and does their part, then almost everyone is protected
Microsoft resolves a service disruption that affected Office 365, Outlook.com, Teams and other cloud-based services
Threat actors may spread false claims about compromised voting systems in order to undermine confidence in the electoral process
As cloud storage solutions are becoming more and more popular, we look at several simple steps you can take to secure your files on Google Drive
NIST’s tool can help organizations improve the testing of their employees’ phish-spotting prowess
While wanting to return a found USB flash drive is commendable, you should avoid taking unnecessary risks, lest your device get infested and your data compromised
…but there are no conferences or exhibitions???
As the US presidential election nears, the company’s new tech should also help assure people that an image or video is authentic
Unknown threat actors were able to exfiltrate information from the email accounts of several parliamentarians
The vulnerability could allow criminals to rack up fraudulent charges on the cards without needing to know the PINs
Chrome gets a new way of managing tabs while Firefox now features a new add-ons blocklist
It's never too soon to plan for what will happen to your digital presence after you pass away
The web browser will only display domain names as a way to help people recognize impostor websites
The price tag is higher if the incident exposed customer data or was the result of a malicious attack, an annual IBM study finds
With the big voting day rapidly approaching, can the security of the election still be shored up? If so, how?