The Angler exploit kit has been responsible for the vast majority of botnets created over the past year. Here's how it works and how to stop it.
Google and Adobe are limiting the ability of Adobe's Flash Player to run multimedia ads, but those actions may not be enough to stop cybercriminals.
Malware doesn't present itself like it's often depicted in the movies, so it's up to enterprises to be on the lookout for these stealthy programs.
A brand -ew advanced banking Trojan discovered in the wild has been named Shifu by IBM Security X-Force, after the Japanese word for thief.
IBM Security X-Force researchers recently discovered CoreBot, a seemingly generic malware that actually operates on a highly sophisticated level.
Recent research has revealed that just 1 percent of enterprise employees pose up to 75 percent of cloud security risk due to a lack of user education.
Phishing attacks take up close to five hours of employees' time per year and cost large organizations $3.7 million on average, according to new research.
Developers of the Dyre malware are keeping a close eye on security, making several changes to the file configuration to avoid detection.
As threat detection techniques evolve, so does the malware infection process, which typically includes advanced verions of downloaders, droppers and more.
IBM X-Force researchers have discovered a new variant of the Tinba malware, which is specifically designed to target banks in Romania.