EdTech today stores more personally identifiable information on K-12 students than ever, but the FBI warns that much of that data is severely exposed to threat actors.
A collaborative effort from law enforcement, tech vendors and security agencies took down a Dorkbot botnet that was more than 1 million computers strong.
Security companies said the Dridex Trojan may still be attacking potential victims in the U.K. despite a recent arrest and attempts to shut it down.
Disaster fraud is a deliberate act to deceive people, government organizations or private industries after devastating events for personal financial gain.
The FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is now warning about new IoT risks and the larger attack surface connected devices present.
The St. Louis Cardinals are under investigation for allegedly hacking into and stealing information from one of the Houston Astros' internal databases.
New Android ransomware is locking down mobile phones with fake FBI warnings for looking at adult content and demanding MoneyPak codes for release.
Social media-related scams including clickjacking, doxing and pharming are noticeably on the rise, based on the recent IC3 Internet Crime Report.
New cyberattacks are putting public officials' private data at risk as cybercriminals use an informationg gathering technique known as doxing.
According to the FBI, Americans are being tricked into giving up their personally identifiable information through fake government websites.