IT leaders must prepare to protect their environments from new types of ransomware in 2017, since the new year is sure to bring fresh threats.
Researchers recently discovered a new strain of ransomware, Spora, that allows victims to select tiered options in a slick, user-friendly payment process.
IBM's security sages have built an immune system that grows with your kingdom, protecting the castle from all kinds of cyberthreats.
Researchers have observed an increase in Asia-Pacific ransomware so far in 2017. Variants of these sophisticated attacks are likely to emerge in the U.S.
Security researchers discovered two unrelated ad fraud campaigns in which cybercriminals hijacked clicks from authentic Google advertisements.
The authors of the Sundown exploit kit leveraged research conducted by Texas-based security firm Theori to develop a PoC exploit.
The top concerns for CISOs in 2017 involve aligning with business goals, addressing the IT skills gap and the increasing sophistication of cyberthreats.
Researchers disclosed a new method known as "ghost host," in which malware authors input false names in the HTTP host fields of a botnet's communications.
Cybercriminals leveraged poor password hygiene among users and administrators to compromise nearly 30,000 databases on MongoDB servers.
IBM X-Force researchers discovered a new malware called Client Maximus that contains advanced code written specifically to attack banks in Brazil.