As banking and retail institutions adopt stronger security measures, cybercrime trends are shifting to maximize fraudsters' ROI.
A cyberattack by the author of BrickerBot left 60,000 users without internet in India. The attack was linked to an external connections vulnerability.
Most cybercriminals are after money. To safeguard your network from money-hungry fraudsters, you need to know where your most valuable assets are stored.
Cybercrime Without Borders: Bridging Gaps Between Public and Private Sectors to Ensure a Safer Future
Cybercrime affects businesses and government agencies equally, so why shouldn't the public and private sectors collaborate to secure their critical assets?
Psychological security refers to the notion that to defend a network against threats, security professionals must be able to think like cybercriminals.
New variants of CryptoMix malware are quickly making the rounds, holding files ransom and demanding victims fork over the bitcoin.
Fraudsters obviously prefer to deal in digital currency to remain anonymous, but bitcoin and ransomware are also intertwined in other, more complex ways.
Our prediction at the end of 2016 held true: The influx of advanced DDoS, POS and other attacks targeting the financial sector has yet to abate in 2017.
Cybercrime tools available through private networks and on the Dark Web make it easier than ever for would-be fraudsters to infiltrate networks.
The state of government IT was a central issue during last year's election and continues to drive decision-making within Trump's administration.