Brian Donohue and Chris Brook of Threatpost discuss Kaspersky Lab’s Security Analyst Summit, which took place last week in Cancun, Mexico
It turned out that Lenovo’s laptops had been shipped with an adware called Superfish. It possibly allows eavesdropping on encrypted connections
Kaspersky Lab researchers uncovered Desert Falcons, the first exclusively Arabic APT group, presenting their findings at the Security Analyst Summit in Cancun.
There is a flood of appliances which could be connected - and some are connected - without a second thought as to whether or not it's necessary or secure.
A malware that cannot be wiped from the victim’s hard drive does exist. However, it’s so rare and expensive, that you probably won’t ever encounter it.
The Carbanak APT group managed to steal a total of $1 bln from dozens of banks worldwide
Buried in Samsung’s terms of service is the admission that spoken words are picked up and passed along to third parties by voice recognition.
In this talk security podcast, Chris Brook and Brian Donohue discuss the upcoming Security Analyst Summit, Flash zero days, the Ghost vulnerability and the Anthem breach
WhatsApp has finally released a Web version of its popular mobile messaging service. We take a look at it from the security perspective.
"All the things I really like to do are either immoral, illegal, or fattening." As always, there are exceptions.