The stuff that matters about Android malware PowerOffHijack

This is a powerful piece of malware that originated in China.

Moscow hackers take aim at former Soviet embassies

Soviet embassies in 15 countries targeted by massive cyberattack.

Enterprise security is more than just one moment in time

The changing nature of the threat landscape, and the ever-growing sophistication of hackers, means the way organizations protect themselves must change too.

One in ten Android apps infected by malware

New research shows 1 in 10 Android apps are infected with malware, most coming from third-party app stores.

Homeland Security warns of malicious POS software

The US Department of Home Security is warning retailers about "Backoff," designed to attack POS systems and undetectable by most anti-virus software.

Top 10 Facebook scams to watch out for: Taylor Swift not one of them

Security firm Bitdefender is keen on keeping an eye out for the current major scams on the social network, and has just informed us of the latest to beware of.

Kaspersky discovers scary new ransomware called Onion

Security researchers at Kaspersky Lab say the new malware is a lot harder to detect that its predecessor, Cryptolocker, as it uses Tor to remain anonymous.

How to ensure your business' data is safe from inside threats

Although you may trust your employees, a rogue member of staff or disillusioned co-worker has the potential to create immeasurable damage to your organisation.

Dragonfly is the latest advance in weaponised malware

If researchers' conclusions about Dragonfly prove even partially correct, it confirms the adoption of tactics and techniques by nation states or their proxy groups in the use of weaponised malware.

500,000 victims of Dropbox malware scam

Scammers are using Dropbox to hold files hostage by legimitizing malware downloads.

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