McAfee Sees COVID-19 Themed Threats and Powershell Malware Continue to Surge.
The danger within: 32% of users in United Arab Emirates under threat from malware hiding within their devices.
Cisco Report Finds That Cryptomining Malware Activity Affected 69% of Customers in 2020. Nearly 90 percent of organisations had at least one user attempt to connect to a phishing site, most likely by clicking a link in an email. 70 percent of organisations had users that were served malicious browser ads. 51 percent of organisations encountered ransomware-related activity.
Sophos, a global leader in next-generation cybersecurity, has published new research, “Gootloader Expands Its Payload Delivery Options,” that details how …
Check Point Research, the Threat Intelligence arm of Check Point Software Technologies Ltd, a leading provider of cyber security solutions …
Cybereason Uncovers New Malware Arsenal Abusing Facebook and Dropbox in Middle East Espionage Campaign
Cybereason has recently published a new research, which uncovered a mobile malware targeting users of mobile postal service and transportation apps.
Kaspersky researchers revealed that the infamous Ginp banking Trojan has acquired a new functionality – that takes advantage of the coronavirus outbreak.
SonicWall has announced its annual threat report findings, where it recorded 9.9 billion malware attacks, a slight 6 percent year-over-year decrease.
As businesses rush to embrace digital transformation in the Industry 4.0 era, recent research by international cybersecurity experts shows that while cyberspace can deliver superior efficiency and productivity benefits, it can also put businesses at severe risk.
Mimecast’s Threat Intelligence Report: Black Hat Edition 2019, revealed that attackers are using either simple, opportunistic attacks or complex, targeted attacks based on necessity to impact the target.
The number of users targeted by password-stealing malware jumped from 600,000 in the first half of 2018 to over 940,000 during the same period in 2019, according to new research from Kaspersky.
Cybercriminals are taking advantage of growing demand for video games by distributing malware through fake copies of the most popular ones, research by Kaspersky has found.
One factor in the growth of fileless attacks is the wider availability of hacker toolkits that facilitate their deployment.
AI powered machines would soon be competing with other AI powered machines within the next four to five years in …
ESET researchers discovered a cyber-attack that used a UEFI rootkit to establish a presence on the victims’ computers.
The FireEye study found that less than a third (32 percent) of email traffic seen in the first half of 2018 was considered ‘clean’ and actually delivered to an inbox.
International demand for multifunctional malware that are flexible enough to perform almost any task are on the rise, according to the latest research by Kaspersky Lab.
Anthony O’Mara, vice president, EMEA, Malwarebytes, sheds light on a new malware that’s on the rise and why having a multi-layered security approach is key to thwarting this threat.