Travellers looking to enter the United States will be asked by US Customs for their social media IDs under a new proposal.
Intel Security could sell to a group of private equity firms for more than $7.7 billion.
During a recent investigation of Point of Sale terminals (PoS) in restaurants across the United States, PandaLabs researchers stumbled upon PunkeyPOS, a piece of malware designed to access credit card data.
An academic study sheds light on how medical professionals are often forced to find analog workarounds to combat unwieldy security solutions, putting patient care at risk.
A team of academics and researchers has developed a technique called selfrando that it says can defend against attacks that unmask users of the Tor Network.
A voter database found by a white hat hacker included gun ownership, preferences on gay marriage and linked to individual social media accounts.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap the news of the week, including a Bitcoin phishing campaign, the Kaspersky Lab ransomware report, misconfigured email servers, and a decline in Angler exploit kit traffic.
The number of organizations whose customers are targeted by the Android banking Trojan known as “Marcher” has increased considerably over the past period, but PhishLabs researchers said the latest samples they have analyzed don’t target the United States.
I am a very practical guy. While I do appreciate industry thought leadership and can appreciate a new framework in a sea of frameworks once in awhile, I tend to always drift towards what is practical, achievable, productive and sellable to my internal organization. In my former role as a CISO, these characteristics were critical.
Jkanime, a popular site that streams anime videos, has been infected with malware that redirects to the Neutrino Exploit Kit and CryptXXX ransomware infections.
After a mysterious three weeks off the grid, Necurs has returned to spewing massive volumes of email containing improved versions of the potent Locky ransomware and Dridex banking Trojan.