There is no magic in machine learning. It’s a field of computer science that gives computers the ability to find patterns in huge amounts of data.
A smartphone’s internal sensors may provide cybercriminals with enough information to be able to guess a user PINs and passwords, according to new research by Newcastle University in the UK.
There’s no doubt that a life of cybercrime can earn its most successful overlords a considerable amount of money, but you will always have to live with the fear that you could be apprehended and – if convicted – spend years in prison.
With the recent big screen adaptation of Ghost in the Shell, we thought it would be a good idea to review some of the cybersecurity themes it explores.
ESET’s Lysa Myers discusses the challenges facing healthcare technology, medical and fitness devices and highlights the need to secure medical devices
Three years ago, Microsoft ended its extended support for Windows XP. Today, almost 8% of desktop users worldwide are still run the operating system.
Tax identity fraud is a multibillion dollar industry for criminals. ESET’s Lysa Myers explores new measures and offers some top tips on how to tackle this menace.
Millennials and the demands of upcoming GDPR regulations could result in a greater cybersecurity risk for many businesses, new research has suggested.
ESET researchers have discovered a malicious app at Google Play tricking its victims into paying €18 ($19) for Adobe Flash Player.
Be on your guard if you’re a developer who uses GitHub – someone could be trying to infect your computer with malware.
The Turla espionage group has been targeting various institutions for many years. Recently, ESET found several new versions of Carbon.
Over a billion data records were compromised globally in 2016, according to Gemalto’s latest Breach Level Index.