Speakers at Virus Bulletin painted grim pictures of the threats to physical safety and civil liberties posed by commercial spyware and high-end surveillance software often sold to governments.
The nature of cyberattacks is changing and increasingly leveraging social networks as they take aim at new targets.
Two members of Avast's threat intelligence team shared new information about the CCleaner backdoor attack.
Thieves in Latin American countries are turning to Eastern European hackers to build ATM malware from scratch, according to a Virus Bulletin talk by researchers at Kaspersky Lab.
U.S. Deputy Attorney General and other top cyber policy makers warn the use of strong encryption hobbles law enforcement’s ability to protect the public and solve crimes and is a serious problem.
Apple rushed out an emergency patch that fixed an bug in High Sierra that revealed APFS volume passwords via the password hint feature.
During the Virus Bulletin closing keynote, Brian Honan urged the security industry to share more, victim-shame less and work harder to establish trust.
We all need to be careful when we are at our computers. We should not leave passwords taped to our computers or have user names visible anywhere in the line of site of anyone. We need to protect it for our good as well as others. Try to be alert and report any suspicious activity