Five hospitals in Queensland are suffering from system failure caused by the security patches that were installed to protect the hospital from the global WannaCry ransomware attack.
The Australian Federal Police bungled the only time it handled a journalist's metadata, with the feds asserting that they have never made any journalist warrant applications.
The market for automated credential stuffing tools is growing fast, because of a record number of breaches.
A new research report takes an unusual angle. Rather than analyzing a threat or an attacker, it looks at the psychology of the user -- or more specifically, the user of smartphones and apps. What it found is that the modern use of apps is so interwoven with daily life, they have almost become part of their users' DNA.
Researchers warn two features, not flaws, in Android can be used together to open devices up to attack.
Here's everything you need to know about the secretive FBI's investigative powers.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is the security industry's response to failings in the simple and traditional userID/password authentication approach. MFA is considered to be a primary solution to help defeat phishing and to demonstrate compliance. But it suffers from one major drawback: user friction.
Twitter fixed a flaw in its Twitter Ads service could have allowed an attacker to tweet as any user.
An academic paper to be presented today at IEEE posits that analysis of network signals provides a better early warning of malware than infections than current practices.
Digital ad sales are up and vendors are clamping down on fraud schemes designed to siphon cash from the industry.
Police issue warning over fake support scams using WannaCry to scare PC users into paying up.
ICS-CERT has published an advisory describing several vulnerabilities, including ones rated critical, in Rockwell Automation’s Allen-Bradley MicroLogix programmable logic controllers (PLCs). Firmware updates that patch the flaws are available only for some devices.