Blockchain-as-a-service could be the next big thing to hit enterprises. Learn about the best options and processes for getting started with this tech.
Blockchain has the potential to revolutionize the way businesses conduct financial transactions in the next few years, according to security experts.
Researchers discovered a new banking malware that targets users' sensitive information and cryptocurrency wallets through phishing emails.
The bitcoin price just broke $1,000 for the first time since 2013. But is it really a step toward market domination or merely fool's gold?
As blockchain appears poised to evolve in 2017, IT managers must work closely with financial regulators to fill any gaps regarding compliance.
Formerly only associated with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, blockchain technology will come of age in 2017, yielding use cases across industries.
As cryptocurrencies gain traction with banks and consumers, IT professionals must consider the cybersecurity implications of becoming a cashless society.
Since its creation, blockchain has risen in popularity among security experts and the public. It has even been touted as the silver bullet of cybersecurity, unbreachable and safe. But viewing blockchain in that light is overly simplistic. To...
Instead of targeting the usual 50 to 500 file types, the creator of ransomware variant Smrss32 is targeting more than 6,600 file extensions.
The developers of the Petya and Mischa ransomware packages have embraced a new business model: ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS).