Phishing links in e-mails to company employees often become active after initial scanning. But they still can and must be caught.
We use raccoons to explain how identification, authorization, and authentication differ, and why 2FA is necessary.
How the digitization of schooling is affecting parents and educators during the COVID-19 global pandemic.
By training your kids’ social media feeds, you can fill them with educational content.
You’ve locked down your home network. Now what?
This week, Dave and Jeff talk about Zoom-bombers, Donald Trump hackers, and some Scouts tackling fake news.
Our industrial security experts have conducted a study on the state of industrial cybersecurity in a pandemic.
The CVE-2020-1472 vulnerability in the Netlogon protocol, aka Zerologon, lets attackers hijack domain controllers.
To mark the film’s 25th anniversary, we examine Hackers in terms of modern information security.
Jeff sits down with Povel Torudd and Alejandro Arango to discuss the new documentary from Tomorrow Unlocked, “From Kurils with Love.”
Our experts’ detailed analysis of the prime suspect in the ransomware attack on Garmin.
The Lazarus cybercrime group uses traditional APT techniques to spread VHD ransomware.
Cybercriminals are distributing ransomware disguised as a tool for decrypting files encrypted by the STOP Trojan.
The mass shift to working from home has made ransomware an even greater threat.
In addition to its primary targets, ransomware has infected some unusual devices.
Kaspersky researchers publish a decryptor that can help get back files encrypted by all strains of Shade/Troldesh ransomware.
Ransomware makers seem to be following a new trend, publishing data from companies that refuse to pay them.
How to stay safe from ransomware with free protection against cryptors and free decryption tools.
What happens if you store all data in a single cloud storage and the backup service gets attacked by ransomware?
Our experts analyzed sophisticated attacks and APT campaigns targeting Linux, and they provided some security recommendations.
Cybercriminals are trying to extort money from companies by threatening to bomb their offices.
Cybercriminals have adopted the marketing tool for information collection.
Modern computerized car require a secure-by-design platform. And that’s just what we’ve come up with.
The mass transition to working from home clearly shows the best technologies for a secure and convenient remote environment.
Researcher Patrick Wardle has demonstrated how a chain of exploits can be successfully used to attack macOS Catalina.
I firmly believe that the concept of cybersecurity will soon become obsolete, and cyberimmunity will take its place.
They say they have video of you watching porn, threaten to send it to your friends, and demand ransom in bitcoins? Don’t pay! We explain how this scam works.
Phishers are using the Wuhan coronavirus as bait, trying to hook e-mail credentials.
We explain what a guest Wi-Fi network is, how to set one up, and what video game consoles and other IoT devices have to do with it.
Ten smart mobile games and educational apps for your child to enjoy and benefit from.
Kaspersky researchers found malware in CamScanner, a text recognition app that was downloaded more than 100 million times from Google Play.
Ten tips to make your private digital life really private.
Hiding your guilty pleasures from prying eyes is possible, but you need to do it properly.
To hijack popular Instagram accounts, scammers are sending phishing e-mails with fake copyright infringement notifications.
10 technical tips for teachers about how to make remote learning as convenient as possible.
Our expert David Jacoby goes live with Instagram influencer Ashley James, sharing life hacks for a secure digital life.
We present four rules of safe trading for gamers who earn money from in-game trades.
What to do if an account is hijacked: How to minimize damage, restore your Digital Comfort Zone, and avoid getting bamboozled.