Office 365 phishing and account compromise attempts are on the rise. Hackers are using legitimate-looking O365 emails that instruct users to login to their account via a spoofed page after their account was supposedly suspended.
USB flash drives can often be a threat to your organization as malicious insiders could use them to steal your most sensitive data. Organizations should also be aware that USB drives can also be used to plant malware, such as backdoors and fileless malware.
UK based CeX has notified two million customers of a security breach that may have compromised personal data to include first names, surnames, addresses, email addresses and phone numbers, as well as small number of encrypted, expired payment cards up to 2009.
A collaboration of technology and content delivery competitors helped shut down the WireX botnet, the largest botnet of mobile devices ever recorded.
McAfee security researchers warn of a new Android Banking Trojan MoqHao that is spreading in South Korea via SMS phishing messages.
Cyber criminals and mobile malware authors with very little coding experience can now create Android ransomware automatically using Trojan Development Kits (TDKs).
According to a new report released by Agari, 92 percent of Fortune 500 companies have not fully adopted email protections such as DMARC to prevent email attacks that impersonate corporate email domains.
Email and data security company Mimecast has exposed a potentially dangerous email vulnerability and exploit called ROPEMAKER.
Hackers have hijacked Enigma, a cryptocurrency investor platform and ethereum marketplace, and stole more than $500,000 in cryptocurrency from investors via a phishing scam.
LG Electronics confirmed that WannaCry ransomware was responsible for last week's infections that took down self-service kiosks.