A North Korean IP address has turned up in an investigation by Kaspersky Lab into attacks against banks' SWIFT systems. The finding is a strong indication that the Lazarus hacking group may be run by North Korea.
The FCC is warning that a scam focuses on tricking people into saying the word "yes" on the phone, which fraudsters record and later reuse as a voice signature in an attempt to make fraudulent charges on utility or credit card accounts.
Brexit is off to a messy start, with Britain making law enforcement intelligence sharing - including Europol and European Cybercrime Center participation - a bargaining chip in its EU divorce proceedings. Some European officials have slammed the move as blackmail.
The Indian government's move to demonetize high-value currency has given impetus to online and card transactions, creating new challenges for ensuring cashless transactions are secure, says Dr. A.S. Ramasastri, director at the Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology.
With increasing digitization in business and heavy dependence on technology, the security leader's contributions have become valuable to any board or senior management. But should CISOs have a seat on the board? Sunil Varkey, CISO at the major Indian IT services company Wipro, offers his insights.
A scareware campaign has been locking iOS devices with faux ransomware, demanding a payoff via virtual iTunes gift cards, security researchers warn. A fix for the exploited iOS flaw is included in a massive batch of product patches and updates released by Apple.
Google has run out of patience with Symantec's digital certificate business. It has outlined a plan that over time will have its Chrome browser reject all of Symantec's existing digital certificates and force all of its future certificates to be reissued every nine months.
Following last week's Westminster attack in London, British Home Secretary Amber Rudd is demanding that police and intelligence agencies be given on-demand access to end-to-end encrypted communications services such as WhatsApp.
WikiLeaks has released a second batch of CIA attack tools, dubbed Dark Matter, which includes malware designed to exploit Mac OS X and iOS devices. But Apple contends the attacks target vulnerabilities in its software that have long been patched, so users are not at risk.
Strong doubts have emerged over an unknown hacking group's claim that it has captured credentials for 627 million Apple iCloud accounts. A very public, ham-fisted attempt to get a $75,000 ransom has raised suspicions.
Cloud services firm Coupa is one of the latest business email compromise victims, after a fraudster pretending to be its CEO faked out the HR department and stole all of its 2016 employees' W-2 forms. Security experts say rigorous training remains the only viable defense.
Password manager LastPass has deployed a server-side fix to repair a vulnerability that could have allowed an attacker to steal a victim's passwords. It's the latest finding from Tavis Ormandy of Google's Project Zero, who's since reported another flaw in LastPass.
RBI has mandated that all banks migrate to Aadhaar-based biometric authentication for electronic payment transactions by June 30. But some information security experts question whether the the technology can handle the potential volume of transactions.
A man who allegedly used a smartphone with a Tor proxy and VPN client to hide his online activities has been arrested and charged with narcotics distribution after U.S. Postal Service employees spotted him mailing large numbers of envelopes while wearing latex gloves.