Thousands of Android users are at risk of having their mobile devices and private contents locked by a particularly ruthless ransomware that demands $500 to restore access.
Whether you're taking a personal holiday or a business trip, make sure your security best practices are coming along for the ride.
If you sell or gift your old Android phone to someone, is it enough to do a factory reset to wipe all your sensitive data?
CareFirst, a Blue Cross Blue Shield plan, have suffered a breach in which the attackers gained access to one of their databases.
Akamai Technologies analyzed thousands of DDoS attacks as well as nearly millions of web application attack triggers across the Akamai Edge network.
Whether you're taking a personal holiday or a business trip, traveling by car or by plane, planning a quick jaunt or preparing for an extended stay, make sure your security best practices are coming along for the ride.
A group of researchers from Purdue University in Indiana have come up with an effective and easy-to-implement solution for protecting passwords from attackers.
While no true security best practices exist, the key is in identifying the security metrics that mean the most to the organization and focusing on those activities to remediate specific vulnerabilities.
All in all, nearly 100 devices are affected by this vulnerability. TP-Link already released some fixes, and it's planning to issue more soon. Netgear is working on them too.
FireEye researchers have calculated how much cybercriminals wielding TeslaCrypt and AlphaCrypt have managed to extort. The researchers were able to calculate the sum because most victims preferred to pay the lesser ransom amount using Bitcoin instead of PayPal My Cash cards.