After a year full of accusations and political cyberattacks, countries are starting to take action against government sponsored hacks.
We've seen major data breaches last year, now it's time to see what the attackers make of our account's credential sales in the dark web.
DDoS attacks were out of control last year, but this also pushed prevention companies in their efforts, and it has truly paid off.
Imagine you're in a stranded island, with nothing but a ball named Wilson, and a FedEx package appears in the beach with leaked user credentials...
We hope this week's cybercrime bust gives awareness of how big the impact scope is, and how necessary it is to educate and prevent.
A critical week with critical security flaws! But then again, which security issue isn't critical? The silliest breach can open a huge window for attackers.
Preventing remote access isn't the only barrier an educational institution can rise to defend both the professionals and the patients' data.
An exploit in games with such a following could be atrocious. Security in online games is an odd, but extremely dangerous niche for attackers to focus on.
We've discussed good password practices before, and even if the industry is divided when talking about password managers, we can all agree that 2-Factor-Authentication is a must.
The week after the chaos, patches keep rolling and trouble keeps coming with Spectre and Meltdown's fallout damage to computers and OS.