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Attacks that focus on using victims PCs and enterprise servers to mine cryptocurrencies are growing incredibly rapidly, according to a new report.
With just weeks to go to GDPR, it seems that enterprises across Europe have still not got their security stance organised for new data laws
Advanced malware disguises itself as a 'System Wi-Fi service', and came pre-installed on millions of Android mobile phones...
Wide range of everyday IoT devices are riddled with security flaws, claim researchers
The dangers of insecure Android and Windows platforms laid bare, as defunct malware botnet lives on…
Growth in SSL having considerable impact on attacker strategies, as malware charts considerable rise.
Github just saw the biggest DDoS attack the internet has ever seen, while in the background new technical approaches spell trouble for the future...
Hackers serve up a duo of cryptocurrency miners by exploiting Oracle server vulnerability
Phishing is probably the biggest threat businesses face online, but what can you do to defend against it?
Malicious AI could pose a serious threat to cybersecurity in the near future, according to a new report, which also calls for effective strategies to tackle the growing problem.
High-Tech Bridge opens a series of interviews with cybersecurity influencers and thought leaders who shape the industry. Please meet Andy Bates, Director of Global Cyber Alliance.
Hackers are targeting Jenkins CI servers to exploit a vulnerability and secretly mine millions of dollars worth of cryptocurrency.