What Are The Different Types Of Network Security?

Cybercrime is a fast growing form of criminal activity. The global cost of addressing the damage caused by these illegal activities ...

Employees Working From Home Turn To VPN During COVID

It's no secret that the global pandemic we're all living through has changed a great many things about both work and home life. For one thing, work and home life are often ...

The Covid Security Challenge

In a survey of over 200 Threatpost readers, about 52% revealed that their organizations are prepared. However, they still have some groups of employees ...

Tips Remote Workers Must Know

As we monitor the ongoing developments regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) we recognize the need for businesses to work remotely to ...

New Phishing Emails Use Convincing Security Credentials

Unit 42 is a research division of Palo Alto Networks. Their researchers have discovered a sneaky and surprisingly effective phishing campaign that appears to have been launched in January of this year ...

Treat Ransomware As Data Breaches And Report It Right Away

It’s only been a few months into the year but there’s already been a significant increase in the use of ransomware that steals data. ...

Old School Virus Called KBOT Is Hitting Networks

There was a day when worms were once common, terrifying threats on the internet. In the early days of the world wide web, there were a number of famous attacks that were ...

Dangerous New Trojan Can Infect Systems Through Wifi

If you're not already familiar with the Emotet trojan, it deserves a special spot on your radar. It's one of the most dangerous forms ...

Password Manager Malware Tricks Users Into Revealing Passwords

There's a new threat making the rounds called 'Metamorfo' that you should be aware of. The malware began its life as a banking trojan. ...

Financial Sector: Beware Of Documents Asking To Enable Content

The malware at the heart of the campaign is Emotet, which began life as a banking trojan, but it has morphed into something ...