Malware incidents spike by 165% in small and mid-sized businesses

If you felt as if the pressure was on to defend against even more attacks this past quarter, you weren’t just imagining things. Across the board, small to mid-sized (SMB) companies are suffering from more and more attacks, with a 165% jump from last year’s Q1 numbers.

Protect against wave of malware that poses as an unassuming invoice

Most attacks your users fall for involve some form of executable file or macro that needs to be run. But there’s a current attack that’s posing as a harmless invoice – and users don’t even need to click on the link.

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.

Hacker releases Netflix episodes early and threatens other networks

In what comes as a bit of good news for Orange is the New Black fans and bad news to IT pros who fear having their data shared with third parties, a hacker has released 10 episodes of Netflix’s hit series early.

DDoS attacks run rampant: Can anything stop them?

One of the oldest weapons in a hacker’s arsenal is still one of the most effective: the Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack.