As 2021 gets underway, there has been significant elevation not only in the influence and importance of cybersecurity, but also in the human element of security which contributed to the cyber risks.
Online scammers are sending fake job offers to professionals on LinkedIn, impersonating real HR employees in an attempt to lure victims to share their banking information.
Michael Sulmeyer, a senior adviser to National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command leader Gen. Paul Nakasone, will take the position of senior director for cyber in the Biden White House.
The VPNFilter malware is still present in hundreds of networks and malicious actors could take control of the infected devices, according to researchers at cybersecurity firm Trend Micro.
The number of suspicious domains that feature the word "vaccine" in their title increased by almost 100% in the month after the first Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine was given outside of a clinical trial.
The Dark Web is a network of systems connected to the Internet designed to share information securely and anonymously. These capabilities are abused by cyber criminals to enable their activities, for example selling hacking tools or purchasing stolen information such as credit card data. Be aware that your information could be floating around the Dark Web, making it easier for cyber criminals to create custom attacks targeting you..
Your privacy may be at risk if you're on Fleek, hackers not only steal COVID-19 vaccine data but then tamper with it to spread mistrust, and the Bitcoin bungles keep on coming... All this and much more is discussed in the latest edition of the award-winning "Smashing Security" podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Hacker Valley Studio's Ron Eddings.
Cisco is stoppering critical holes in its SD-WAN solutions and its smart software manager satellite.
The company also issued patches for Tesla-based GPUs as part of an updated, separate security advisory.
Security experts have raised an alarm against a new threat, dubbed ElectroRat, luring Windows, Linux, and macOS users to download malicious applications to embezzle cryptocurrency.
The world of cybersecurity isn’t fair. Security teams need to secure everything, but attackers need only find one weak link. For most organizations, cloud workload security is dependent upon the installation and maintenance of security agents across all assets. Something that rarely happens, as Orca Security's new report reveals.
Security researchers are reporting a threat group taking advantage of Microsoft and Google cloud services to pilfer data from a broad range of target organizations.
The attack vector was not the Orion platform but rather an email-protection application for Microsoft 365.
Vulnerabilities found in multiple video conferencing mobile applications allowed attackers to listen to users' surroundings without permission before the person on the other end picked up the calls.
Users of dating apps - like Tinder, Match and Bumble - should be on the lookout for investment-fraud scammers.
The new browser iteration arrives with patches for a total of 36 vulnerabilities. The flaws can be exploited if the user visits or is redirected to a specially crafted webpage.
Detections of cryptomining malware surged by 53% quarter-on-quarter in the final three months of 2020 as the value of Bitcoin soared higher than ever before, according to security firm Avira.
Are you more likely to be murdered IRL or hacked online? The existential question of our times has been answered
Atlas VPN drills down into a Gallup poll to understand Americans' perceived threat level. It turns out 55% are more worried about cyberattacks.
In January 2019, a critical flaw was reported in Apple's FaceTime group chats feature that made it possible for users to initiate a FaceTime video call and eavesdrop on targets by adding their own number as a third person in a group chat even before the person on the other end accepted the incoming call. The vulnerability was deemed so severe that the iPhone maker removed the FaceTime group
Precision Spine Care, a Texas-based spinal care center, has warned of a potential data breach after an unauthorized individual gained access to an employee email account to fraudulently divert funds.