To keep defenses strong while limiting the risk of security breaches and data loss, you need to decrypt, examine, and re-encrypt all network traffic.
Global sporting events like the Olympics are a favourite for cybercriminals, according to Trend Micro. Here's what you can do to keep yourself safe.
Fortinet’s Eric Chan comes up with a primer on the Dark Web, and five tips on how to stay safe.
Cybercriminals are making increasing use of what is called ‘mobile app collusion,’ where they make use of communications between apps to manipulate two or more apps to orchestrate attacks on smartphone owners, according to Intel Security.
Discovered in 2009, Skimer was the first malicious programme to target ATMs. Seven years later, cybercriminals are reusing the malware but both the crooks and the programme have evolved, according to Kaspersky Lab.
Indonesians are getting more comfortable with shopping online using their credit cards, which means putting their financial and personal data online – and this is only going to light up the eyes of cybercriminals, warned F5 Networks Indonesia.
Cybercriminals have always abused legitimate online tools and services, but now they have been joined by an even more insidious group: Terrorists.
Cybercriminals have shifted their focus from traditional financial markets to targeting the retail sector, according to the annual NTT 2016 Global Threat Intelligence Report.
The finance industry has been revolutionised by digital technology, and this has made it more vulnerable to security threats, writes Lim Chin Keng of F5 Networks.
In an industry worth over an estimated hundred billion US dollars, gaming is not just big business for developers and manufacturers but for cybercriminals too, according to cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab.