While the rise of AI has stoked fears of job loss in many industries, security professionals have something new to worry about: AI cyberattacks.
Many of the security threats we noted at the start of 2017 gripped the public's attention during the past year, foreshadowing major shifts to come in 2018.
A widespread ransomware attack such as WannaCry can cause problems for any business. For a health care organization, it can cause an utter catastrophe.
ATM malware has evolved significantly in three years.
Ransomware attacks are getting worse — the new LockCrypt variant uses brute-force RDP to infect devices, remain persistent and defeat antivirus defenses.
An effective threat intelligence solution enables analysts to address, track and investigate advanced attacks such as WannaCry ransomware.
A cybergang known as FIN7 has been using OLE command files to spread its malware and identify potential victims for additional phishing attacks.
An advanced cyberattack can sink an entire company if it doesn't put the proper lifeboats in place and foster collaboration between disparate departments.
A new, upgraded version of remote access malware Client Maximus points to the growing sophistication of cybercriminals in Brazil.
A new strain of FruitFly malware has infected hundreds of users, possibly over the last 10 years. The malware is insidious, spying on MacOS users.