Top 10 most dangerous artists to search for online

Users searching for their favorite artists at work are putting the company’s data at risk.

Massive spambot hoards over 711 million email address

A researcher uncovered a spamming operation that uses a list of some 711.5 million email addresses.

What we know and still don’t know about the Equifax data breach

Equifax, the company with the sole responsibility of storing and maintaining sensitive data of U.S. users for the purpose of credit and background checks, announced that it has compromised the identity information of some 143 million people.

Symantec to host cybersecurity competition for education credit

As part of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October, Symantec is hosting a challenge for IT and security employees.

11 security questions every IT pro needs to know the answer to

Many small businesses believe they fly under hackers’ radar and aren’t worth attacking like the larger targets. As it turns out, it’s the exact opposite.

Google removes 300 malicious botnet apps from Play Store

Botnets disguised as unassuming phone apps, ready to go off at a moment’s notice sounds like a plot taken from a movie script. Except it was real, and involved Google and some 300 malicious apps.

Nigerian hacker behind over 4,000 scam attempts

Who still falls for the Saudi oil representative and Nigerian prince scam? Turns out, at least 14 people around the world.

3 skills IT managers will need in 2025

No one knows what the future will look like, but we can look around us and predict where developing trends may lead.

3 ways to reduce insider attacks and user error

It feels like no matter how well you prep your systems, the biggest threat to security IT faces is always the same: people.

13-year study reveals best method for training users

Did you know a lot of your IT peers are training their users on security all wrong?