When it comes to social engineering training, make sure every employee learns the names of specific attacks.
Fraudsters are abusing a Google Calendar feature that's commonly enabled on smartphones to target unsuspecting users with scam offers.
A new extortion scam uses the threat of reputational damage to persuade website owners to pay a ransom fee.
High-risk, low-noise lateral movement attacks are becoming more common, and organizations need to adapt their strategic, tactical and operational defenses.
Security researchers spotted a campaign involving Maze ransomware that is basing the cost of recovering stolen data on the type of device its victim is using.
Researchers discovered a phishing scam that leverages a fake list of undelivered emails to trick users into clicking and offering up their login credentials.
Social engineering will always be one of the easiest ways for threat actors to get what they want. So what can enterprises do to decrease the risk?
Many of the city of Baltimore's public services remain offline two weeks after the municipality fell victim to a ransomware attack.
Researchers observed cybercriminals selling an updated version of the KPOT stealer on some underground hacking forums.
An annual data breach report found that small businesses and C-level executives were among cybercriminals' favorite targets in 2018.