IT Chiefs Lack Security Confidence
Only 15% of companies surveyed believe their employees are “well prepared” to spot the signs of an attack and react accordingly.
Spending More on Breach Prevention Isn't Fixing the Problem
Malware has grown more sophisticated over the last two years, and is presenting fresh challenges.
Caesar's Implements Mobile Authentication
A two-factor authentication solution uses a mobile phone as an employee’s secure authentication device.
Sally Beauty Admits it May Have Been Breached Again
Second time unlucky in the space of a year for cosmetics giant
E-commerce Giant Alibaba Builds Secure Mobile OS for Chinese Cops
PMOS will keep police safe from foreign hackers
RawPOS Point-of-Sale Malware Checks in to Hotels and Casinos
Trend Micro report claims multi-stage threat has been active for seven years
Hard Rock Las Vegas Hit with Data Breach
The compromised information includes names, card numbers and CVV codes.
Russian Spies Target Ukraine Military
The campaign looks to steal information that can provide insight into near-term Ukrainian intentions and plans.
Fiesta Exploit Kit Targets Torrent Visitors with Ransomware Attack
As soon as someone visits the website, they’re subjected to a silent redirection to the malicious payload.
Google's Shiny New Password Alert Compromised in Under a Day
The exploit suppresses the alert by simply cancelling it out so quickly that a user doesn’t register it.
UC Berkeley Hit by Data Breach
The server was used to store information that included family financial information—like Social Security numbers and bank account info.
Spam Plummets 37% in Canada
Canada's tough anti-spam legislation could be a model for other countries.