Since March 2019, hackers have been targeting the UN and affiliated humanitarian aid organizations with a sophisticated, mobile-centric phishing campaign to harvest Microsoft Office 365 login credentials.
Johannesburg is again a fallen victim to ransomware attacks on cities. Following the July attack where some residents were left without power, hackers had compromised the city's IT infrastructure this time.
For nearly eight-hours, AWS DNS servers were hit by a sustained DDoS attack. The servers were essentially jammed such that their basic mitigations appeared to have little or no effect.
New report reveals Russian hackers have been masquerading as Iranian hackers in order to access sensitive government, military and commercial secrets in 35 countries.
A group of angry shareholders is behind the new Equifax lawsuit which alleged the company has not adequately disclosed risks or security practices that led to the worse data breach violation in history.
Just as fraudsters become savvier and use technological advancements to their advantage, banks are fighting back by using the power of technology with the age-old characteristics of human biology.
Many have turned to VPN services to protect their privacy. However, the 2018 high-profile hack which NordVPN only acknowledged recently has raised questions on just how safe they really are.
With tens of thousands of contractors serving the Defense Department, the new vendor cyber security certificate aims to improve supply chain security by assessing contractors before allowing them to bid.
Cyber insurance providers will now incentivize clients to buy cybersecurity services and products under the new Marsh Cyber Catalyst program with first group of 17 services added this September.