Threat sharing is getting more and more attention from security professionals to detect and quickly respond to security threats.
A new type of ransomware called Kofer poses a severe threat to Internet users on a global scale, but it's just the tip of the malware iceberg.
Two researchers at the CanSecWest conference showed how the LightEater malware could infect the BIOS in most hardware to take over systems and steal data.
Cybercriminals using similar lexical styles when establishing domains to phish from allow analysts to spot them via natural language processing techniques.
Kicking off 2015 with a bang, a well-orchestrated advanced persistent threat attack dubbed Carbanak has hit banks across the globe.
A new variant of the Dyre Trojan, a type of massively distributed malware, is being used to attack victims using Microsoft Outlook in APT-style attacks.
A malicious hacking crew, possibly based out of South Korea, has been quietly stealing data from high-level hotel guests with the Darkhotel malware.
With all the security breaches, it seems like cybercriminals keep getting through. Malware is evolving to evade detection by traditional defenses.
The recent breach of JPMorgan Chase's network — one of the biggest in history — may have been caused by malware compromising an employee's PC.
Protecting corporate credentials is becoming increasingly important as more high-profile breaches have compromised hundreds of millions of user accounts.