Businesses say overturning one of the nation’s strongest internet privacy protection rules will deal a blow to data privacy, security and integrity for businesses and consumers alike.
A report from Big Blue's security arm has found that the number of records compromised grew by 566 percent in 2016 to more than 4 billion.
Researchers have disclosed a zero-day vulnerability and proof-of-concept exploit for a flaw in Microsoft IIS 6.0. The zero-day has been under attack since last July, the researchers said.
Five vulnerabilities exist in Siemens RUGGEDCOM gear; the vendor has made a number of workarounds available, but it's unknown whether patches will be made available.
More than 8 million websites could be exposed to a buffer overflow vulnerability in Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 that has been exploited in the wild since July 2016, researchers warn.
New Variant of Infamous IoT Botnet Launches Attack Against Network of U.S. College
A newly discovered variant of the Mirai botnet was responsible for powering a 54-hour distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, Imperva researchers reveal.
VMware patched vulnerabilities uncovered earlier this month at Pwn2Own that could have let an attacker execute code on the VMware Workstation and carry out a virtual machine escape.
The FBI warned medical and dental offices running FTP servers in anonymous mode that criminals are targeting these installations and stealing personal healthcare information.
Mastercard said it is acquiring NuData so it can integrate its technology into its fraud management and security products.
Harley Geiger, director of public policy at Rapid7, talks about how policy goes hand in hand with technology when it comes to cybersecurity, the government's focus on IoT and critical infrastructure, and more.
Android Nougat will protect you from common ransomware tactics, says Google. But for now only three percent of users enjoy its protection.
After a mysterious absence, the Necurs botnet has returned -- and it's moved away from distributing Locky ransomware.
Sometimes a headline succinctly and cleverly captures the essence of a simple situation. Note last week’s headline about the apprehension of a nearly naked suspect: “Man in Boxers Leads Police on Brief Chase.”
The Russian man was one of the masterminds behind a get-rich-quick botnet scheme.
The developer of the NukeBot banking Trojan has decided to release the malware’s source code after he failed to convince the cybercrime community that his creation is worth buying and that he is not a scammer.