A new designation has moved bitcoin closer to being widely considered as a legitimate currency, but it also brings new regulations for users.
Bitcoin is a popular cryptocurrency, and enterprises are slowly considering the possibility of using it to pay employees' salaries.
Ransomware is a growing problem in today's threat landscape, but organizations can prepare for and prevent this type of malware from becoming an issue.
A recent cyberattack on a bitcoin mining site has many users wondering: Has the canary sung its final song? Could this be the end of the currency?
Locker Ransomware author apologizes and decrypts files for free, but is there more to this story than just a compassionate criminal showing remorse?
Two new ransomware threats have surfaced in the last week, one identified by Symantec and the other by Rackspace. How can companies protect their data?
The Evolution market, a shopping site for illegal goods on the Dark Web, was shut down by its founders, who allegedly took off with $12 million in bitcoin.
When discussing the darknet, the focus has shifted from its use as infrastructure for malware communication to the hidden services it offers.
Bitcoin exchange service Bitstamp suspended its operations temporarily after cybercriminals stole $5 million worth of the virtual currency after a hack.
Blockchain.info has increased its privacy and security measures for all its users by becoming the second website in the world to receive a Tor address.