As people prepare for Thanksgiving meals and Black Friday deals, cybercriminals prep to take advantage of the holidays to spread malware — and not holiday cheer — to unsuspecting victims with a spam campaign and a Black Friday phishing scam.
Consumers are increasingly turning to online shopping to get their holiday lists done. Unfortunately, cybercriminals are also expected to take advantage of the consumer rush. Here's how you can protect yourself this shopping season.
We recently encountered a cryptocurrency-mining malware affecting Linux systems. It is notable for being bundled with a rootkit component that hides the malicious process’ presence from monitoring tools.
An event like the World Cup raises security issues, and it's not just about the need to physically secure everything from the venues and the audience to the players and delegates -- digital security is just as important.
The FBI advised businesses to implement measures against Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) brute force attacks. While considered a useful remote administration tool, cybercriminals also abuse it. Ways to defend against these threats.
To move forward, we need to look into the past to figure out what the best course of action is. Take a trip down memory lane with this infographic to see how far we've come in securing the digital world.