Hackers from a new organization, the Turkish Crime Family, claim to have access to 200 million iCloud accounts and are going to wipe them unless Apple pays a ransom. Also, I have come into a very nice bridge and would be willing to cut you a great deal on it.
A strain of malware that goes after industrial plants found that nearly 3,000 a year are infected with malware, signaling that hackers could potentially have real-life effects from their cybercrimes.
Emails claiming to be from a Nigerian prince used to be the running joke of IT security. Who would actually fall for those things? Well, it turns out West African cybercriminals have gotten a lot better over the years. And similar scams targeting businesses are making them big money.
News of a vulnerability in Apache Struts web application framework is coming in. And by all accounts, this won’t be an easy fix. The code-execution zero-day bug was discovered on March 7, 2017. At that time, there were already multiple exploits of this vulnerability in the wild, leading to everything from information disclosure to stealing […]
This may not be the leap in Internet of Things (IoT) security that’s sorely needed, but it’s certainly a step in the right direction.
There’s new information on what caused that massive Amazon Web Services (AWS) outage last week. Or should we say, who caused it?
So much for Windows 10 replacing all other versions. Last month, the somewhat-soon-to-be outdated version of Microsoft’s operating system gained user share.
If webpages were loading slowly for you or not at all yesterday, you’re not alone. An outage at Amazon Web Services threw many organizations into chaos. Here’s why it matters, and what you can do to prepare.
Talk about bad employee morale. After a hacker breached 30,000 employees of Sports Direct, a British retailer, the company failed to take the next obvious step: letting those employees know about it.
Yahoo’s breaches continue to be big news long after their discovery. And they could turn out have huge financial implications.