While it's important to have high-quality technology in place, threat response teams can have a dramatic effect on the outcome of a security incident.
A WordPress plugin vulnerability related to WP Super Cache could let cybercriminals create back doors, add new administrators or worse, experts say.
Banks face serious risk from sophisticated malware and credential-stealing attacks, according to a recent alert from the FFIEC to financial institutions.
Researchers say a new strain of ransomware called CrypVault is locking out computer users in a way that resembles antivirus software and demands payment.
A research advisory suggests cybercriminals could have exploited a BitTorrent vulnerability to include executable code via URLs in its Sync service.
New malware attacks from a cybercriminal group are reportedly being used to find holes in energy sector defenses to gain access to trade secrets.
A new Dyre malware campaign, branded "The Dyre Wolf" by IBM Security researchers, has successfully stolen more than $1 million from targeted organizations.
A pair of eBay vulnerabilities could have let cybercriminals hide malware in image files and direct URLs to harmful sites, according to a researcher.
The U.S. State Department is the latest government agency to be targeted by cybercriminals, with a phishing email leading to a breach of the network.
Security professionals waste time and money choosing which security alerts to investigate. Automation is a great way to track and analyze threats.