Adware programs that are designed to render advertisements on end user systems emerged as the second-most prevalent security threat in 2014.
Two new ransomware threats have surfaced in the last week, one identified by Symantec and the other by Rackspace. How can companies protect their data?
Security researchers found that the Tinba malware is no longer relying on its small size as the only way to avoid detection from sandbox technology.
An old-school form of malware is taking off in Brazil, putting many of the country's Internet users at risk of serious financial fraud.
A researcher recently found formats that save Web pages are being used to create malicious macros in spam to distribute malware to unsuspecting users.
Google has discovered more than 84,000 ad injectors placing unwanted software on websites, which isn't merely an annoyance but a major security risk.
Ransomware is one of the biggest cyberthreats organizations face today. In response, cryptographers are calling for reform to encryption practices.
Researchers from ESET say the Mumblehard malware has infected thousands of machines, sending spam and staying undetected for more than five years.
Malware Patient Zeros: How Threat Intelligence and Herd Immunity Can Help Prevent the Spread of Infections
Organizations can borrow lessons from the medical industry and use herd immunity and information sharing to stop the spread of malware.
New CareerBuilder phishing emails are leveraging the trusted site to reel in unsuspecting businesses, and even savvy users may be fooled.