A link sent as part of a phishing attempt could instantly compromise your device warns Kaspersky.
If you aren’t taking cybercriminal organisations seriously, perhaps seeing how professional they have become will concern you as much as it concerns us.
Cybersecurity professionals have been fighting a supply-chain attack for a week now and they are incredibly concerned about the state of the sector.
People are an essential cog in the machine that is cybersecurity but they require knowledge and guidance.
As enter a period where large amounts of money are being exchanged, it warrants being a bit more cautious about how you protect yourself and your money.
Mobile cybercrime may be a boon to Africa especially as regards second-hand devices.
Trends from 2020 point to where cybercriminals may train their focus as we approach a new year.
KillSomeOne is both simple and complex. A reminder that cybercriminals are an unpredictable bunch.
Fraudulent calls took place during office hours Monday to Thursday.
With a few tugs on common experiences and assumptions, cybercriminals could trick you into letting me sow havoc on your business with a few simple scams.
Cybercriminals turned their attention to the manufacturing sector as COVID-19 spread and now there’s a danger the agricultural sector is next in line.
Can’t hack Tesla? Why not do what Egor Igorevich Kriuchkov and travel to the US with the intention of bribing an employee?
After reporting an outage for a number of days, Garmin has finally said that ransomware is the cause.
The extent and damage done by the cyberattack is still being investigated.
Mimecast says regular cybersecurity awareness training should also be prioritised to ensure teachers can identify and avoid potential cyber risks.
With cybercrime on the rise, Luno has urged users to report scams claiming to be the crypto exchange
Well aware that its users are targeted by cybercriminals, Luno has a dedicated portal for reporting scams or other kinds of phishing.
NASA has noted a sharp uptick in cyber attacks now that some staffers are working from home.
With more remote workers turning to videoconferencing platforms, so are cybercriminals as a means of attack.