A new infographic from IBM Emergency Response Services (ERS) details four of the top trends in cybersecurity — as well as some indicators of risk.
The latest 2015 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Quarterly focuses on the lessons learned from security research throughout the year.
Ransomware has worked for cybercriminals for many years, and it continues to be a valuable tool in their arsenal as it evolves to suit the times.
An Adobe Flash Player exploit has reappeared after it was thought to be mitigated in a recent patch. What's the risk for users of this popular program?
Ransomware remains a common attack, and it will continue to be a popular choice for cybercriminals until enterprises improve end user education.
Malware and ransomware can strike users who aren't aware of best practices or common attack techniques, so it's up to security teams to raise awareness.
The third 2015 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Quarterly has been released, detailing the evolution of ransomware, anonymous routers and more.
Security risks are on the move: New IoT ransomware can now infect wearable devices. But what does this mean for tech-savvy users?
The Windows 10 update marks a major turning point for Microsoft. But while there are new safeguards, experts say there are also new threats.
Though ransomware has been received a lot of press, extortion by threat of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack is still very real — and dangerous.