Cyber criminals are investing in deepfake technology to make social engineering and authentication bypass campaigns more effective.
Stories by Michael Hill
New data highlighting fluctuations relating to ransomware attack and payment claims indicates significant shifts in the cyber threat landscape.
So far, 2021 has proved to be somewhat of a security annus horribilis Microsoft, with numerous vulnerabilities impacting several leading services.
Initiative will offer security and compliance services to guide governments, critical infrastructure, enterprises and SMBs through digital transformation.
New research finds 91 per cent of IT teams feel pressure to compromise cyber security for WFH business continuity.
New research identifies four emerging ransomware groups currently affecting organisations and that show signs of becoming bigger threats in the future.
REvil's ransomware attack on software provider Kaseya underscored the threats to supply chains that ransomware groups pose.
Here are the five types of apps CISOs never want to find on corporate mobile devices, with strategies for mitigating the risks they pose.
Senior police officials from 167 countries endorse INTERPOL proposals to enhance transnational police cooperation to combat cyber-related crime.
McAfee was found dead in a Spanish prison cell. He was due to be extradited to the US to stand trial for tax evasion and money laundering.
A year into his role, Lee discusses how he and Zoom's security team addressed security and privacy issues amid rapid growth and public scrutiny.
New research exposes details of Russia-linked Gold Winter threat group that links it to the infamous Hades ransomware.
After operating under other names, Fancy Lazarus has fine-tuned its DDoS extortion campaigns, although with mixed results.
Government calls for feedback on improving cyber security in supply chains. New proposals could require MSPs to meet strengthened guidelines.