5 arrested in Romania for spreading email scam

Five Romanians were accused of spreading an email scam that infected users with Curve-Tor-Bitcoin (CTB) Locker and Cerber ransomware.

CA voter database left exposed, held for ransom

Personal info of about 19 million California voters was publicly available in an unsecured MongoDB database and later held for ransom.

New Android malware could damage phones

A new malware strain could cause some headaches for Android users.

New app helps distract sick kids in hospitals: How it could work for IT

Trips to the hospital are scary for anyone … and when you’re a kid, it’s terrifying. But a new app across the pond is helping ease some of those worries.

Watch out for this new I-9 scam

Watch out for emails from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) asking about employees’ I-9 forms – they’re most likely a scam.

Software company hit with $1B lawsuit

A lawsuit was filed in New York against electronic health records vendor eClinicalWorks for the failure to protect millions of patients’ records.

How to pick the best certification and study plan for you

Do you want to earn more professional certifications but aren’t sure where to start?

Getting the most from your users out of the employee handbook

Creating the all-encompassing and perfect IT policy for users can be a double-edged sword.

Users responsible for hundreds of account logins

How many passwords do you believe your users have to manage monthly? 20? 50?

Google Play store assaulted by malicious app uploads

There are more woes in store for Google’s Android as cybersecurity companies gear up to release reports of an extensive malware attack happening in the Google Play Store.