Two recent surveys show that the biggest threat to your systems isn’t actually hackers, it’s the insider threat caused by people in your own building – and many of them are IT pros.
Hackers are sending out phishing emails to users trying to get them to access a file on the popular file-sharing service Dropbox. And if your users open it, your company could be in for a serious headache.
When hackers steal data, it’s a crap shoot. Maybe they’ll find valuable information they can sell to an interested party, but they may not get good info or have interested customers. So to get around that, a new trend is taking place – one that’s an easy payday for them, and a nightmare for IT and your […]
We probably shouldn’t be surprised that hackers and hoaxers are already using the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 to spread malware and steal information.
Target’s recent data breach was a security nightmare. But for some hackers, it was the perfect opening to something even more devious: phishing attacks.
Protecting Facebook privacy is getting tougher as new features and policies make it easier to find information on all users of the social networking site. Here are some tips you can pass along to employees to help keep them safe.
Many cyber attacks begin with phishing emails directed at an organization’s employees. According to a new report, those scams can often fool even those who should know better.
Hackers are getting smarter and are hitting businesses with new types of cyber security attacks. Can your organization keep up?
While there are many new ways hackers are attempting to steal sensitive data, there are still a lot of attacks launched the (relatively) old-fashioned way: through malicious emails.