Amazon's riveting new product, the Ring Always Home Cam, is truly sent from the gods.
19 hours ago How a Phishing Awareness Test Went Very WrongInfoRiskToday View Synopsis+1
Tribune Publishing Co. Employees Outraged at Phishing Test Teasing a BonusTraining employees to resist phishing emails is key to preventing compromises. But an exercise run by Tribune Publishing Co. created a searing backlash after its phishing exercise tempted employees with bogus bonuses in a year in which they had already endured financial hardships.
Facebook has removed two separate networks flooding the platform with inauthentic content and spam.
Security professionals worry about being targeted by state-backed hackers; or more likely getting caught in the crossfire.
Zerologon patching window is slowly closing as Microsoft warns of attacks in the wild.
Google this week announced the availability of Chronicle Detect, a threat detection solution for enterprises from Google Cloud.
This is the first threat detection product out of the Chronicle cybersecurity platform after Chronicle became part of Google in June last year.
The overall Attacker Resistance Score for the IT sector dropped this year due in part to digital transformation work, according to the 2020 Trust Report.
1 day ago Police Crack SMS Phishing OperationInfoRiskToday View Synopsis+1
Two Men Accused of Sending Messages to Obtain Personal, Bank InformationAustralian police say they've broken up a sophisticated SMS phishing scheme designed to collect personal details and bank login credentials. It's a rare success in the fight against unsolicited text messages.
2 hours ago Pastebin adds 'Burn After Read' and 'Password Protected Pastes' to the dismay of the infosec communityZDNet View Synopsis+1
The two new features will make it easier to disguise malware operations.
These campaigns used tailored messages to target audiences around the globe. As part of the announcement, Facebook also details account followers and advertising spending pertaining to these efforts.
CISA: Hacker Apparently Exploited VPN VulnerabiltyThe U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has issued a report describing how a threat actor apparently used a well-known VPN vulnerability and compromised Office 365 credentials to gain administrative privileges to a federal agency's network.