Cybercrime & Digital Threats
- October 27, 2016The spookiest month of the year calls for pranks, themed home decor, assorted sweets, and a bunch of bone-chilling horror stories. This Halloween, we’re serving up some true security horror stories, and offer some advice on how to avoid being a victim.
- October 20, 2016Cybercriminals often use social engineering tactics to pry information from users and enterprises. Here are the most popular scams from TV and movies, and some tips on how to recognize them.
- October 18, 2016Cerber ramps up its activities and new variants with more demanding payment deadlines emerge in the past week. Here's our recap of the most notable ransomware sightings last week.
- October 14, 2016For National Cybersecurity Awareness month, we take a deeper look at cybercrime scenes from recent movies and see if they’re based on fact or purely fiction.
- October 11, 2016From Trend Micro discoveries to variants that have made news over the past week. Here are some of the most notable ransomware sightings last week.
- October 10, 2016The sale of online gaming currencies, while not illegal, has been found to have cybercriminal ties. This research paper covers how cybercriminals use the profits from the trade of these virtual currencies to fund other attacks.
- October 04, 2016From election-themed ransomware to a variant named after yet another fictional character, here are some of the most notable ransomware sightings of the past week.
- September 28, 2016While cybercriminals seem to be shying away from data theft to outright extortion as their main revenue source (cue in ransomware), stealing personal information and using or selling it for further cybercriminal acts is still a serious problem.
- September 27, 2016From variants taking on uncommon infection vectors to new families and updated variants, here's a look at the most notable ransomware stories of the past week.