Hacked websites install banking malware

Thousands of websites, including WordPress and SquareSpace, are unwitting victims in a banking malware scheme.

Hacking group targeting cybersecurity professionals

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

How to keep the lights on when hackers target vulnerable infrastructure

It’s bad enough when hackers swipe personal data such as credit card information and social security numbers. There’s one area where hackers could really hurt all of us, if they hit it hard enough.

Malicious invoice hits user inboxes launches attack with link hover

Most attacks your users fall for involve some form of executable file or macro that needs to be run.

How to prevent global threat ransomware ‘Wanna Cry’ from making you cry

On May 12, a ransomware attack swept the globe by force, infecting 230,000 computers across more than 150 countries.

Credit cards are so yesterday: 3 things hackers want now

Hackers are nothing if not business savvy. They go where there’s money to be made. 

Hackers lock guests out of hotel: IoT and ransomware combine

The worlds of ransomware and the Internet of Things (IoT) came to a head recently when an Austrian hotel received an unusual demand: Pay up, or your guests will be locked out of their rooms. 

Identities are cheap: That’s why users are a target

For users, having an identity stolen is an expensive, painful experience. For hackers, stealing an identity is barely enough to cover a bar tab. 

Hacked? Many companies wouldn’t even know

It’s sad, but true: Many companies that fall victim to a cyberattack might not even know about it for a very long time. Some might never find out. 

Businesses are less prepared for cyber threats than they think

Threats to your company’s systems are always out there – from scammers, to hackers, to data breaches and outages. But when it comes to preparing for these incidents and their fallout, many companies take the approach of “we’ll deal with it if it comes up.”