Is Mark Zuckerberg’s rebranding of Facebook an attempt to downplay negative publicity or the first steps toward a larger vision of the future?
You may think they know everything about connected devices and our digital lives, but young adults are a scammer’s favorite target.
Malware-laden apps continue to be a fact of life for iOS and Android users. Determining who’s to blame is complicated.
Killware was once viewed as a hypothetical worst-case scenario. Now it’s a reality that governments, companies and organizations need to prepare for.
Threat actors find a new way to ply an old scam on Twitch.
Brushing scams may seem harmless, but may mean that your personal data has been compromised.
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- What the Hack
Here's a breakdown of the most significant hacks—ransomware and otherwise—this year.
The lucrative nature of ransomware has spawned supporting companies and organizations -- on both sides of the law.
The DOJ has announced the recovery of over half of the ransom paid to the cybercriminals responsible for the Colonial Pipeline hack.
A ransomware attack targeting anti-ransomware tech company ExaGrid is a teachable moment in the current cybersecurity crisis.
As ransomware attacks becomes more lucrative, the gangs that power them are running increasingly sophisticated operations.
Colonial Pipeline paid $5 million in cryptocurrency to the ransomware group responsible for the May 7 cyberattack that disrupted fuel delivery to much of the Eastern Seaboard.