If you are afraid of your organization appearing in the headlines, you must get control of your threat landscape by properly managing identities.
According to a new report, Russian cybercriminals used spear-phishing attacks to breach Sony Pictures Entertainment at the end of 2014.
Cybercriminals belonging to Lizard Squad have threatened to dump data from a hacked Malaysia Airlines website, though the airline refutes the claim.
According to a report from Verizon, many companies that suffer payment card breaches are not actually fully compliant with PCI standards.
Bitcoin exchange service Bitstamp suspended its operations temporarily after cybercriminals stole $5 million worth of the virtual currency after a hack.
A look at the top data breaches that compromised millions of records containing personal information from major retailers and other companies in 2014.
Stolen vendor credentials are to blame for the recent Home Depot breach, giving attackers the access they needed to get into high-level systems.
With all the security breaches, it seems like cybercriminals keep getting through. Malware is evolving to evade detection by traditional defenses.
Though application security can be challenging for security teams to take on, detecting vulnerabilities in applications is vital for staying secure.
With a 57 percent increase in infections from Backoff malware from August to September, companies must examine their security intelligence.