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.

Hacking group targeting cybersecurity professionals

A hacking group known as Group 74 is targeting professionals in the cybersecurity community with a fake conference document.

Millennials are the ‘sloppiest’ when it comes to online security

Millennials were raised in the computer age and, generally speaking, most are at ease with adapting to constantly changing tech.

Adware-laden harmful extension poses as popular Adblock Plus

If your users or staff use adblockers, make sure they’re not downloading this Chrome extension posing as a legitimate program.

Work with HR to prevent data damage and downtime from disgruntled ex-employees

Here’s another example of why HR and IT need to be a team when it comes to the unfortunate situation of letting someone go.

Deloitte’s cloud server emails hacked

Another hack rocked the world when Deloitte announced that it had been compromised in an attack about a year ago.

Is wave of new data-destruction ransomware the next NotPetya?

A new type of ransomware is sweeping across the globe, boasting 20 million attacks in a day.

Users implanted with microchip to buy potato chips and clock in

A company in Wisconsin is microchipping its employees… And a lot of them are on board with the idea.

How did Wells Fargo lose data for over 50,000 customers?

Wells Fargo released 1.4 GB of files that contained customers’ names, social security numbers and sensitive details to a lawyer by accident.

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.