Microsoft plans to more tightly integrate Semmle's security products with the GitHub product line.
Windows Defender "Quick" and "Full" scans stop after a few files and a few seconds.
Crypto-mining malware returns to take the crown as today's most prevalent malware threat.
Falling victim to ransomware could put your vital business or personal data at risk of being lost forever. These steps can help bolster your defences.
The Top 25 list gives developers indicators of what cybersecurity threats they should be most aware of.
Balkan organized crime groups in the UK are using fintech for money-laundering schemes.
'Tortoiseshell' hacking group is identified by a custom form of malware, say researchs - and new the campaign isn't currently thought to be linked to any other cyber operations.
The new Nemty malware may have ties to GandCrab and Sodinokibi.
The changes were prompted by the Christchurch Call that happened earlier this year.
Huawei Australia chairman John Lord said Huawei is willing to allow the Australian government to test its products to make this happen.
Extending biometrics access to the Stuart Robert-led department would help it thwart fraud, and ensure welfare is being distributed to the right people, it has said.
US claims Snowden broke the non-disclosure agreements he signed with the NSA and CIA. The US is now seeking to keep all the profits from Snowden's new book, launched today.
Ecuador police arrest director of data analytics firm that leaked the personal records of most of Ecuador's population.
Reports suggest the potential compromise of a mailing list with malicious invoices landing in client inboxes.
"It seems like a fix but it really isn't". Paying the ransom might be the cheapest short-term option to get your data back, but it causes long-term problems.
Certificates can be used to sign-off on malicious payloads and can fetch a lucrative price on the black market.
Even cyber-criminal gangs can't secure their MongoDB servers properly.
The Linux malware makes use of a rootkit to disguise itself on infected machines.
Phillip Capital Inc. has been penalized for a data breach and failing to disclose the incident to clients quickly.
The federal government has opened discussions on how the commercial sector can participate in Australia's digital identity system.