Suppliers offering cybercrime-as-a-service on the Dark Web are helping organized groups achieve more effective bank fraud schemes.
2015 was a big year for cybercrime, but 2016 may see even more advanced threats, sophisticated schemes and damaging data breaches.
Loyalty programs can bring big rewards to customers, but they also may make organizations more appealing to cybercriminals looking to steal data.
IBM Security X-Force researchers recently uncovered a new trend dominating the cybercrime underground: the sale of stolen or fraudulent certificates.
Tax refund fraud is catching the attention of cybercriminals, who are committing identity theft to claim a piece of this billion-dollar industry.
The way movies and television shows portray a hacker is far off from reality. In today's collaborative world, attackers are often working in crime rings.
The third 2015 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Quarterly has been released, detailing the evolution of ransomware, anonymous routers and more.
Terms like Dark Web and Deep Web have started to pierce the bubble of popular culture, but most users aren't aware of the full scope of dangers present.
IBM's X-Force Exchange emphasizes collaboration and intelligence sharing, using strategies used in the Dark Web to promote security and defeat criminals.
A recent alleged Uber security breach has led to stolen user accounts being sold on the Dark Web for as little as $1. However, Uber denies the breach.