It’s often difficult for security companies to tell who launched a cyberattack, as they have to rely on imperfect clues such as the languages cybercriminals use, Kaspersky Lab’s CEO Eugene Kaspersky said while visiting Romania for a conference.
Security focus is shifting to make it harder for intruders to leave with anything of value
Outdated technology often acts as a company’s soft underbelly, leaving them open to cyber breaches. But the cost and inconvenience of moving from so-called
Up to 40 percent of enterprises in Poland do not have an emergency plan for cyber attacks, according to research by Intel in the Central and East-European countries Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania and Hungary, carried out among 250 IT
It was an Eastern European gang, not a state-sponsored group, report says.
A cybersecurity company on Wednesday asserted that the hack of 500 million account credentials from Yahoo was the work of an Eastern European criminal gang, adding another layer
Traditional payment systems are witnessing heightened competition from digital and mobile payments because they present a convenient proposition to pay for goods and services. While these mobile payment systems appear promising, unsecure wallets are bridled with potential risks that can
Alain Desausoi underlines the importance of constant vigilance, physical and logical security, and information sharing at Financial Times conference.
Alain Desausoi, SWIFT’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), spoke today at the third annual Financial Times Cyber Security Summit Europe about
Standard Chartered, the UK-based bank, has urged its banking customers in India to change their ATM PIN numbers in light of increasing cases of ATM fraud.
“For the security of your account, we would recommend that you visit our ATMs
The Pakistani-origin mastermind of a £113 million high street bank cyber-fraud, who made so much money that he flew team of valets from Scotland to Lahore to polish his fleet of luxury cars, has been jailed for 11 years by
Six U.S. citizens and a Nigerian national were sentenced Tuesday to federal prison for their roles in online fraud schemes that distributed more than $40 million in counterfeit checks using “mystery shopper” websites and work-from-home scams. The criminal enterprise was
Austrian police are investigating whether a Turkish nationalist group was behind a failed cyber attack on Vienna airport last week.
Survey: ‘Almost 40 percent of Turks would leave Austria for money’ (08 Sep 16)
Was Vienna airport hack attempt politically
Police are warning internet users to be on their guard against ‘sextortion’.
The practice sees a victim being lured by another person online into undressing and sometimes performing intimate acts in front of a webcam.
But the footage is recorded
In the modern, digital, internet age most of us live our lives online. Undoubtedly, the internet has made it possible for most people to:
Converse with each other easily – regardless of geographical boundaries.
Enjoy updates on their favorite brands.
The seemingly inpenetrable National Security Agency was hacked recently. So was the Democratial National Committee, and voter registration offices in Illinois and Arizona.
Hackers also stole customer data from some of the nation’s top hoteliers, including Hyatt and Marriott.
China has chttp://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tech/tech-news/China-ramps-up-cybersecurity-measures-to-tackle-online-frauds/articleshow/53856435.cmslamped new regulations to beef up cybersecurity to address the growing complaints of online frauds and leakage of private information on the internet costing billions of dollars.
Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the General Administration of Quality Supervision,
If you think hacking works like an episode of Mr. Robot you’ve been fooled. That’s not to say that you shouldn’t take your own cyber security seriously — you should. Hackers have been mythologized into these figures who tap into
PARKERSBURG – A forum on cyber security with experts from industry and government will be held 1-4 p.m. Thursday in the exhibition hall of the Robert H. Mollohan Research Center at the I-79 Technology Park, 1000 Galliher Drive, Fairmont.
Cerber’s creators take 35 percent of the profit, and the rest goes to partners
A ransomware strain has been making a pretty penny by opening its doors to unskilled hackers.
Security firm Check Point gained a rare look at
The trucking industry needs to take computer security more seriously if it hopes to prevent terrorists and others from using heavy-duty trucks and buses in attacks.
At the USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies in Austin, Texas, earlier this week, researchers
A state audit released Wednesday finds that court records in Missouri are not being thoroughly shielded from hackers and other unauthorized users.
The report states that there are potential weaknesses in the Judicial Information System, which is operated by the
With an increased national awareness that the critical infrastructure which keeps our country running is surprisingly vulnerable—not just to physical attacks, but also to cyberattacks that can be initiated from anywhere in the world—the State of Indiana executed CRIT-EX 16.2