What impact has the new data protection directive had on businesses so far?
PowerPool exploits zero-day vulnerability, Machine Learning and malware, plus susceptible power grids, all in the cybersecurity news with Tony Anscombe
The UK’s flag carrier vows to compensate all customers who will lose out financially due to the incident
Far-fetched though it may sound, the answer is yes, according to researchers, who show that electrical grids and smart home appliances could make for a dangerous mix
Malware from newly uncovered group PowerPool exploits zero-day vulnerability in the wild, only two days after its disclosure
All things labeled Artificial Intelligence (AI) or Machine Learning (ML) are making waves, but talk of them in cybersecurity contexts often muddies the waters. A new ESET white paper sets out to bring some clarity to a subject where confusion often reigns supreme
The adoption of the protocol’s secure variant has continued its growth spurt in recent months, crossing the 50-percent milestone for the first time ever
The latest quickfire cybersecurity news including the Fortnite fallout with Google Play and increased security feature on Instagram
The move is part of a three-pronged plan that is intended to bolster user trust and safety on the photo-sharing platform
For Android, malware detections were down 27% compared to the first half of 2017; for iOS, they decreased 15% compared to the same period last year
The discovery was made barely two days after the release of a patch that fixes the critical flaw in the web application framework
After Epic Games shunned Google Play, debates about threats faced by Android users have taken on a whole new tenor. Joining us to add his voice to the mix is ESET Malware Researcher Lukáš Štefanko
Stop us if you’ve heard this before: avoid installing apps from outside Google Play. But what if you’re itching to battle it out in Fortnite?
ESET’s Global Security Evangelist & Industry Ambassador Tony Anscombe is back with the latest quickfire cybersecurity news
The Bugcrowd crowdsourcing platform launched Bugcrowd University, an educational platform for security researchers that aims to contribute to the development of bug hunting skills
Welcome to the first ever week in security video round-up. This weekly video will bring you some of the biggest industry news that we have covered here on WeLiveSecurity. The videos will be presented by ESET’s Global Security Evangelist & Industry Ambassador Tony Anscombe.
The retailer says that whatever data the crooks have obtained, they weren’t stolen through a breach of its systems
The latest ESET research offers a rare glimpse into the mechanics of a particularly stealthy and resilient backdoor that the Turla cyberespionage group can fully control via PDF files attached to emails
Internet-connected irrigation systems suffer from security gaps that could be exploited by attackers aiming, for example, to deplete a city’s water reserves, researchers warn
An overview of some of the cyberattacks that Canadian organizations faced in the summer months of 2018