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New research from Clearswift reveals the vast majority of security incidents originate from within the extended enterprise and not as a result of a hacking group.
Anti-virus company, Avast, has found that a server distributing a version of PC utility CCleaner infected with malware may have been compromised in early July.
It’s no secret that insider threats pose a huge risk to organizations globally, but studies show that very little is being done to protect against this threat.
A 48-year-old Lithuanian man by the name of ‘Evaldas Rimasauskas’ was arrest last week by the U.S. Department of Justice for defrauding two renowned U.S. technology companies out of $100 million through sophisticated whaling attacks.
WikiLeaks has released documents detailing BothanSpy and Gyrfalcon, tools supposedly used by the CIA to steal SSH credentials from Windows and Linux systems.
The Buckle, Inc., a fashion retailer with over 450 stores across the U.S., notified customers on Friday afternoon that malware had been found on the point-of-sale (PoS) systems at some of its stores.
Identity and access management software vendor OneLogin has reportedly suffered a security incident involving unauthorized access to customer data.
A brief phishing attack targeting Google Gmail and Google Docs users struck yesterday impacting an unknown number of individuals.
The Australian ISP, Melbourne IT, is the most recent victim of a large-scale DDoS attack that disrupted its web hosting services.
One of biggest spam operators has had its entire database of 1.4 billion email addresses leaked online after being discovered by security researcher, Chris Vickery.