Malware attack hits Atlanta’s government

Hackers held Atlanta’s computer systems hostage for a week, hamstringing the ability of employees to get work done.

Florida Medicaid breach exposes info of 30K

A phishing attack in November 2017 led to the possible exposure of 30,000 Medicaid recipients in Florida.

New Android malware could damage phones

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

Every Fortune 500 company exposed on the darknet

If you believed Fortune 500 companies, with their larger budgets and widespread global influence, had stronger cybersecurity than small and mid-sized companies, you’d be mistaken.

TheShadowBrokers launches subscription service – like a monthly wine club only for hackers

It’s the subscription service no white hat hacker or IT pro asked for, but that could be delivered straight to your inbox soon.

Clinton hack went deeper than first reported

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has already acknowledged it was hit by cyberespionage earlier this year. Now comes reports that other groups with close ties were hit by the same attack – and the way it was carried out could have wide-reaching effects. 

What goes into a successful phishing attack? Study has the answers

Phishing is the primary choice for hackers looking to steal sensitive information or infect users systems’ with malware. But how is it that they’re so good at these attacks? 

Multiple banks slammed by hackers: Key lessons learned

When Kaspersky unveiled a major cyberattack that hit several banks for almost a billion dollars, there were several parts of the announcement that intrigued cybersecurity experts and businesses in general. 

Sony’s security nightmare appears to be a case of ransom

For two straight days, IT experts have scrambled to undo a massive cyberattack that has locked employees of Sony Pictures out of their work computers. It appears the machines are being held ransom – though little is known about how or who’s doing it. 

Most hackers don’t do it for financial gain

Which is more frightening: The idea of a cyberattack designed to cripple your business and pull in big bucks or the idea that hackers are just launching these attacks for the hell of it?