Mobile malware threats continue to be a major problem for individuals and enterprises alike, and the risks are only getting more severe.
A new type of ransomware called Kofer poses a severe threat to Internet users on a global scale, but it's just the tip of the malware iceberg.
Researchers recently found that the latest version of the Kovter malware is updating Adobe Flash Player as part of a click-fraud scam.
Source code for the builder and control panel of the ZeusVM malware has been leaked online, creating powerful tools for would-be cybercriminals.
Small and midsize businesses must prioritize SMB security best practices in addition to compliance with payment card industry (PCI) standards.
A new Websense Security Labs report found that attacks on banks and other finanical industries outpace all others 4 to 1. How do banks respond?
Security researchers on the lookout for another resource to help with malware detection should consider the pattern-matching tool YARA.
The Stegoloader malware is built to be stealthy and evasive, so it requires an advanced protection program to detect its presence and stop any damage.
POS malware continues to grow as a problem plaguing retailers, but with knowledge and a few best practices, organizations can protect customer data.
A recent security policy change from Microsoft was interpreted as a way of classifying programs such as the Ask toolbar as malware.