Ransomware was the most prevalent variety of malware in 2017, according to Verizon's "2018 Data Breach Investigations Report."
March’s Top Cybersecurity News Stories: Responding to Attacks, Women in Security and a New Community for Security Pros
In this month's cybersecurity news, major cities suffered crippling ransomware attacks, new research revealed a lack of incident response preparedness and IBM launched a community for security pros.
According to a recent survey, less than 30 percent of IT security executives said they would be able to prevent ransomware attacks such as WannaCry and Petya.
A recent survey found that nearly half of U.S. government employees believe they are not responsible for addressing cybersecurity risks.
A new security intelligence report revealed that attackers are combining botnets, ransomware and phishing campaigns to create a triple threat that's hard to defeat and even harder to dislodge.
Recent research has failed to pin down exactly how the current crypto-mining craze is trending, but companies can derive many key enterprise security lessons from the latest headline-grabbing threat.
A recent report found that the volume of new cybersecurity threats doubled from four per second in Q3 2017 to eight per second in the fourth quarter.
CyberEdge's new cyberthreat defense report revealed that the volume of overall breaches is in decline even as cloud-based threats and the IT skills gap put pressure on security teams.
Increased adoption of digital data management solutions may be contributing to the increasing volume of security breaches in healthcare, according to a recent survey.
According to recent research, many companies fail to adapt their cybersecurity strategy to the shifting cybercrime landscape, even in the wake of a major data breach.