Malware
5:50
Thursday

Simplifying cyber security

Do you know your malware from your phishing? Most people don't, understandably so, as the cyber-security space is constantly coming up with new phrases to describe new forms of attack - and the defences against them.

2:00
Tuesday

Fastly's Platform TLS enables secure browsing at scale

The solution helps brands get to HTTPS quickly.

2:30
Monday

Mobile banking Trojan Asacub hits 40 000 per day

Asacub has held the leading position among mobile banking Trojans for the past year, says Kaspersky Lab.

1:10

Kaspersky debuts $10 000 cyber security contest

Students and young professionals are invited to join Secur'IT CUP and help solve complex cyber security issues.

4:10

Outsmarting e-mail hackers using AI, machine learning

Trend Micro's machine learning algorithms examine large volumes of data and predict if unknown file types are malicious or not.

2:30
12 Sep

Kronos comes back from the dead

The Trojan's mechanisms have been refactored to use the Tor network as a means to anonymise itself, says Securonix.

3:50

Industrial automation systems at risk from cyber threats

The ability to connect IT and operational systems comes with considerable risk, says AVeS Cyber Security.

2:30

LuckyMouse uses legitimate certificate to sign malware

The malware enables the criminals to execute all common tasks, as well as intercept network traffic, says Kaspersky Lab.

2:50

Attacks on industrial control systems increase

Most threats come via the Internet, which has become the main source of infection for industrial control system computers, says Kaspersky Lab.

1:20

Panda Security debuts Panda Dome

The platform is able to detect attacks before they occur, by employing big data and artificial intelligence, says Panda Security.

3:20
3 Sep

Rise in multifunctional botnets

Botnet ownership is expensive, and to make a profit, criminals must be able to use each and every opportunity to get money out of malware, says Kaspersky Lab.

1:40
27 Aug

Breach exposes T-Mobile customer data

No financial data, such as credit card information or social security numbers, was compromised but over 2.3 million customers were affected, says T-Mobile.