Maintaining cybersecurity in the era of the digital economy requires more technological innovation.
McAfee researchers analyze cryptomining malware trend, Windows 10 Cortana vulnerabilities, Blockchain attack vectors, mobile billing fraud apps, and the weaponization of vulnerability exploits.
ESET, has recently confirmed the existence of a dangerous malware that infects a targeted computer by re-writing the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI), which is located in the motherboard’s flash memory.
New application helps organizations tackle surge in browser-based cyberattacks due to increased cloud adoption.
Cryptomining malware that dominated the top 10 most wanted malware in May has dug into nearly 40 percent of organizations globally.
Researchers from Unit 42 of Palo Alto Networks have investigated a relatively unknown coin mining Trojan that goes by the name “Rarog”.