Brazilian Fraudsters Hit US Banks with Fake EMV Card Transactions
A rash of attacks show that chip-and-PIN cards aren't as safe as banks thought.
IT: Poised to Lose the Battle for Security in the Cloud
As much as 44% of cloud-stored data is outside IT's management.
ISACA Launches NIST Cybersecurity Framework Courses
The courses are the latest from ISACA’s Cybersecurity Nexus (CSX), and are built to focus on using COBIT 5 in applying the CSF.
Samsung Android Phones in Remote Lock Shock
NIST warns of serious flaw which could allow a hacker to remotely lock handsets
Drupal Admins:Assume Systems Have Been Compromised
CMS provider says if you didn’t patch latest flaw within seven hours, it’s probably too late
Tor Node Red-Flagged for Slinging Malware
Researchers spot Russian exit node modifying binaries via MITM patching
Hackers Hit the White House
What appears to be a recon mission points out that a breach on such a high-profile target is inevitable.
Sandworm Vector Used for New, 'Dyre' Consequences
A variant of the Dyreza/Dyre banking trojan malware is mounting a fresh offensive on the financial sector, witha new twist.
London Authorities Nab Suspect in $2.6Mn ATM Heist
An eastern European organized crime gang is believed to have hit 51 ATMs over the May Day holiday.
DDoS Preparedness: More Than a Firewall
DDoS attacks are becoming more common, increasingly sophisticated and more costly--but most businesses have no idea how to prepare.
Chinese Espionage Group Directed a 6-Year, Widescale Offensive
The Axiom group victimized pro-democracy non-governmental organizations (NGO) with hundreds of thousands of infections.
Retailers Must Gird for Holiday Season PoS Attacks
With the busy holiday shopping season coming up, EMV chip technology, tokenization and encryption security technologies are in the spotlight.