Chris Hutchins had a point. Ten million, in fact. And then they got stolen.
Ransomware gangs are increasingly building in additional layers of extortion in their attacks. Introducing double and triple extortion ransomware attacks.
I know this will come as a shock to you, but there’s a “every gender identity you can imagine gap” in cybersecurity.
Cybercriminals are now offering access to sophisticated phishing toolkits for a fee or a cut of the profits.
When a credit card Joelle seldom used was compromised, her bank sent her the bill.
Investigative journalist and podcaster Andrew Gold went to Germany to report on a controversial law.
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Real estate scams are everywhere. But what Dara Starr Tucker uncovered wins this week’s Cyber Compromise Darwin Award.
Out of Office notifications are a good way to let people know you’re not available to respond to emails. They’re an even better way for hackers to gain admission to your organization.
Hackers clone accounts on Instagram, especially for professions that are hard to verify.