Security professionals are 'surprised the public is surprised' over PRISM revelations Growing divide between USA and rest of the world apparent in PRISM stance
Malware makers are targeting the huge media interest in Malaysia’s general election, and one company was even in KL to hawk its spyware, writes F-Secure’s Goh Su Gim.
There was some great news for the ecosystem this week, but sadly, also disturbing news that independent news portals and political content were being targeted by DDoS attacks and ISP throttling, writes Karamjit Singh.
Governments use malware to spy on other nations, but how is such cyber-espionage carried out? F-Secure Labs provides some insight.
The latest Mobile Threat Report from security specialist F-Secure shows a drop in malware targeting the declining Symbian platform while Android malware continued to rise and was responsible for 79% of all threats for the year, up from 66% in 2011.
While there has been no single major event that dominated the information security threat landscape in the last half of 2012 as in previous years, several new trends are beginning to surface that should be of concern to both general consumers and enterprises, notes a new study.
F-Secure Labs gives us a rundown on what could be in store for 2013, from covert government cyber-operations to smart TV hacking and Malware-as-a-Service!
F-Secure has released its Banking Protection feature in response to cybercriminals and their use of increasingly sophisticated financial malware.
With the 10th editon of Malaysia’s premier cyber-security event HITBSecConf just around the corner, DNA speaks to one of its most popular speakers: Mikko Hypponen, F-Secure's chief research officer.
Security blog fileperms recently published a report detailing the extent of the security vulnerabilities still persisting on popular smartphone instant messaging service WhatsApp.