The Girls Scouts USA is to offer badges on cybersecurity, amid growing concerns that women are still being deprived of opportunities to enter the industry.
Senior ESET malware researcher Robert Lipovsky discusses Industroyer, the biggest threat to Industrial Control Systems (ICS) since Stuxnet.
ESET researchers have been analyzing samples of dangerous malware – detected by ESET as Win32/Industroyer – which is capable of performing an attack on power supply infrastructure. Robert Lipovsky, a researcher at ESET, tells us more.
Seven years after Stuxnet first came to light, industrial systems security once again in the spotlight, reports ESET's Robert Lipovsky.
Smartphone security is, of course, essential these days, but how confident are you in your device's ability to help keep you safe and secure?
25-year-old Sean Caffrey failed to properly cover his tracks, leading police officers to his door.
Multimillion dollar movies and TV shows are increasingly being targeted by cybercriminals. ESET's Stephen Cobb investigates the cyber supply chain risk management problem and explains what to do about it.
A new survey published by the NSPCC suggests children across the UK are still at risk of accessing inappropriate and potentially harmful content online, despite increased calls for heightened security.
Businesses are confident that they have sufficient cybersecurity systems in place to protect them, but in reality the weak link may be their employees, who lack basic skills and knowledge.
ESET has analyzed a sophisticated and extremely dangerous malware, known as Industroyer, which is designed to disrupt critical industrial processes.
It is clear today that our smartphones and tablets have evolved beyond this point, creating new means of technological interaction not previously imagined.
A report from PwC found that many companies across the UK are still unprepared for GDPR measures, despite fines for non-compliance doubling in a year.
Early in 2017, Kevin Townsend invited David Harley and others to comment on vendor hype. Here he expands on his original commentary.
Regardless of how prominent and effective ransomware appears to be, it is not the most dangerous form of malware.
Welcome to the Ransomware of Things, where all connected devices are at risk of being compromised, locked and held to ransom by cybercriminals.
The Turla espionage group is still using watering hole techniques to redirect potentially interesting victims to their C&C infrastructure.
Fewer vulnerabilities are being reported, but are we any safer? In this short video, we take a look at why it's still a problem.
The OneLogin breach once again highlights the importance of how companies protect their encrypted data.
Just weeks after one of the largest global ransomware attacks in history, Infosecurity Europe returns for its 22nd installment.
In ongoing phishing fight, Google to delay delivery of suspicious messages to enterprise Gmail customers
How well Google protects its business customers impacts all of us - whether we have personally chosen to be users of Google's services or not.