Malvertising campaigns are increasingly targeting mobile apps, according to a new report from RiskIQ.
Hackers behind the Minidionis malware are using cloud drives to store the malware and download it on infected systems from the cloud, making it harder to detect, according to Sergey Lozhkin, a security researcher at Kaspersky Lab.
Bromium – a security firm spun out of Cambridge University's computer lab – is teaming up with Microsoft to beef up the security of the soon-to-be-released Windows 10 platform, the firms announced at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference being held in Orlando this week.
Security vendor Kaspersky has revealed that it was hacked by a state actor using a more sophisticated version of the Duqu malware, as it offers the full details on how it happened, and how others can detect a similar attack.
Menlo Security, a startup focused on cloud-based malware prevention, emerged from stealth mode on Monday and announced $25 million in funding.
Researchers at FireEye have discovered a new strain of POS malware called NitlovePOS that steals credit and debit card data. The malware is being distributed through a spam campaign involving fake employment opportunities.
The criminals behind well-known Dyre malware designed to steal data and bank account information have upped the ante by upgrading their code to check for the virtual environments commonly used by security researchers to catch advanced malware, according to a new report issued by security firm Seculert
Researchers at ESET uncover a new malware specifically created to run on Linux and BSD systems to send spam.
Many employees do not think the apps their enterprise provides meet their needs. This is leading to a "going rogue" trend among employees who bring in their own apps, whether IT approved or not.
Another local police department recently paid bitcoins to attackers to deactivate the malware known as ransomware. This is an all too familiar scenario playing out within overmatched enterprises across the nation.