If you asked me that question last month, I would said a cybercriminal needed to launch extensive email campaigns with tens of millions of messages each day and in a few months they might hit 10 million malware installations.
If National Cyber Security Awareness Month wasn’t enough to draw attention to today’s cyber threats, recent headlines might do the job.
We last wrote about angler phishing social media scams this summer when hackers used fake social media accounts to target PayPal customers and steal
National Cybersecurity Awareness Month continues this week with a focus on how every employee can promote a culture of cybersecurity at work.
Phishing -- the practice of tricking an email recipient into clicking on an embedded attachment or URL in order to infect their computer or steal information -- remains a leading threat to organizations.
In October, most people look forward to pumpkin carving, changing weather and, if you’re Canadian, Thanksgiving. But for us in the security world, one of the most exciting things about October is the fact that it’s National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.
Amid news that HP is offloading its Autonomy assets, you may be mulling the fate of your legacy archive tools. Autonomy’s frequent changes in ownership have created new questions. Can my vendor continue to innovate? Will it execute on its roadmap?
A recent experiment involving 1,700 university students demonstrated that over half clicked through targeted malicious emails.
The 2016 Rio Olympic games are likely to be the most digitally-enabled Olympics in history, but that presents as many opportunities for attackers as it does for the viewing public. New Proofpoint research suggests that digital risks could affect virtual attendees and fans worldwide.
Observers might be tempted to conclude that the abrupt drop in exploit kit activity in June means a diminished threat from drive-by malvertising attacks.