SWIFT says it plans to launch a new security program as it fights to rebuild its reputation in the wake of the $81 million Bangladesh Bank cyber heist.
Details of an extensive targeted attack against Swiss defense contractor RUAG were released by Switzerland's national CERT.
The bipartisan duo said the advice comes after recent cyberattacks against Congress and a high-profile vulnerability in phone networks.
Microsoft has detailed some of the steps it is taking to combat terrorism, which include removing terrorist content from its services and partnering with others to meet the challenges presented by terrorists’ use of the Internet.
The tenacious EITest malware campaign is being refueled by the fact it is shifting from the Angler exploit kit to the Neutrino exploit kit.
SWIFT reminds banks of their responsibility in securing their access to the financial network, and creates a centralized information sharing resources for users.
Hacker controlled botnets take their time to test which stolen credentials can give them access to multiple accounts to steal financial and personal data.
The recent cyber espionage attack aimed at Swiss defense firm RUAG was carried out by the Russia-linked threat group known as Turla, according to a report commissioned by the Swiss government.
The Angler Exploit Kit is exploiting the latest Flash zero day and is moving Dridex banking malware. The Magnitude and Neutrino exploit kits have also integrated the 0day.
A Critical Elevation of Privilege (EoP) vulnerability in the Qualcomm Secure Execution Environment (QSEE) affects around 60 percent of all Android devices around the world, despite being already fixed, researchers warn.
Graeme Hackland, IT director at Williams Martini Racing and Williams Advanced Engineering, tells ZDNet how the organisation works to avoid the nightmare scenario of getting hacked.
Two vulnerabilities in the photo-sharing service allowed hackers to brute-force their way into user accounts.
The sentence probably wasn't quite the reward he was looking for.
Microsoft warns of new technique to distribute macro malware that can evade standard virus detection, according to security experts.
Facebook paid researcher Arne Swinnen a $5,000 bounty for a pair of authentication vulnerabilities in Instagram that enabled brute-force attacks against usernames and passwords.