Researchers from Kaspersky Lab have uncovered modular malware that targets the MacOS X operating system, according to a SecureList blog.
With all of the news about data breaches affecting point of sale systems, you would think that POS security would be a priority for POS vendors and retailers. You would be wrong.
As you invest in the next generation of long-term strategic corporate security fabrics, you have no choice but to carefully examine them to make sure you do not replicate the painfully expensive mistake of relying on clearly unworkable technologies of the past. But how can you possibly tell that a technology is a moribund disaster waiting to happen?
While many enterprises look to technology to stop security breaches, it turns out a full 70 percent of IT security breaches are the result of human error.. Or at least that is the message of a new infographic from Dell.
Mass retailer Kmart has joined the growing list of U.S. retailers that have suffered massive data breach of credit card information. Kmart said last week that attackers were able in infect the Kmart's store payments system with malware and steal credit, and debit, card numbers of customers.
Many companies rely on outdated network security methods to secure their data against sophisticated malware, advanced persistent threats and blended threats, warns Frost & Sullivan.
A staggering 98 percent of all malware attacks between August 2013 and July 2014 targeted users of Android devices, according to the Mobile Cyber Threats report prepared by Kaspersky Lab and Interpol.
More than 17,000 Apple Macs have been infected by Mac.BackDoor.iWorm malware that enables hackers to gain remove access to the infected computer, according to security experts with Russian antivirus firm Doctor Web.
Grocery store chain Supervalu said Monday that it found malware on its network that was stealing credit and debit card numbers, after reporting a similar breach in August.
Mobile technology is a vital tool for enterprises, but it opens them up to threats such as mobile malware, lost or stolen devices and hackers, notes an infographic by CDW and Intel's McAfee.