A PandaLabs report showed 20 million new malware samples hit the market in recent months, and the global infection rate of PCs is at nearly 40 percent.
A report from Malwarebytes suggests malvertising is on the rise, aiming at Flash Player and giving cybercriminals good results at a relatively low cost.
Locker Ransomware author apologizes and decrypts files for free, but is there more to this story than just a compassionate criminal showing remorse?
The intricacies of kernel-based malware make it difficult for security teams to identify potential problems, but the task is not impossible.
Outside attackers can be harmful to an organization, but a significant number of data breaches involve either malicious or inadvertent insider threats.
Free malware analysis sandboxes can be used as a means of enhancing cybersecurity without a major drain on time, money and other resources.
The right free analysis tools can aid proactive threat hunting and help security professionals detect even the most advanced threats in their networks.
New Android ransomware is locking down mobile phones with fake FBI warnings for looking at adult content and demanding MoneyPak codes for release.
Fraud attacks may not yet be prevalent on mobile banking channels, but institutions should still strive to get out in front of the challenge.
Adware programs that are designed to render advertisements on end user systems emerged as the second-most prevalent security threat in 2014.