Last month's cybersecurity news cycle featured a tricky cryptocurrency-stealing Trojan, targeted phishing attacks, interesting insights about millennials' identity protection habits and more.
New Incident Response Study Reveals More Than Half of Attackers Use Social Engineering to Target Organizations
A new study on incident response revealed that more than half of external attackers use social engineering in targeted campaigns against organizations in various sectors.
To defeat increasingly sophisticated fraudsters, security teams should pair their fraud detection tools with a device ID spoofing mechanism that automatically adapts to new threats.
Many of the security threats we noted at the start of 2017 gripped the public's attention during the past year, foreshadowing major shifts to come in 2018.
Security researchers observed a spam campaign that leverages PowerShell's AutoClose feature to deliver a banking Trojan while eluding sandbox detection.
Social engineering schemes such as spear phishing rely on the human mind's inclination toward self-deception to motivate users to open malicious links.
A new ransomware study found that splash screens are being used to manipulate users through social engineering and scare tactics.
A new report detailed how Adwind, a remote access tool, is surging in popularity and putting countless users at risk for cyberattack.
Cybercriminals recently breached two popular cryptocurrency platforms to steal personal information and digital funds to the tune of $300,000.
According to recent research, privileged users and administrators represent the biggest insider threats to any organization's sensitive data.