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Dutch Parliament Website Suffers Ransomware Attack

Hackers, suspected to belong to Turkish groups, continue to target Dutch websites.

Millions of Stolen US University Email Credentials for Sale on the...

Researchers find booming underground market for stolen and fake email credentials from the 300 largest universities in the US.

To Gain Influence, CISOs Must Get Security’s Human Element Right

Focusing on certain elements of security in isolation can cause a false sense of security.

Cerber Ransomware Now Evades Machine Learning

New variant has been broken into separate harmless-looking components to fool ML-based detection systems, Trend Micro says.

Cloud Security: New Research Says IT Pros Still Skittish

Respondents complain in two studies that traditional security tools don't work in the cloud, and can't deliver visibility across multiple cloud environments.

Should Trump Tackle Air-Gapped Critical Infrastructure?

MIT experts issue recommendations to the president, urging him to take elements of the electric grid and gas pipeline offline - but other security experts say that ship has sailed.

Commercial IoT: Big Trouble in Small Devices

There are endless scenarios where hackers could wreak havoc on the industrial Internet of Things.

There's also a readily available solution called 'HIP.'

1.4 Billion Data Records Exposed in 2016 Breaches

The number of data records breached soared in 2016 over the previous year, with the technology sector facing the brunt of the attacks.

Exploit Kits: Winter 2017 Review

We take another look at the current EK scene by going over RIG, Sundown, Neutrino and Magnitude.

How Identity Deception Increases the Success of Ransomware

As scammers hone their skills, their handiwork looks more credible to intended victims, making a successful ransomware scam more likely.

Jail Time Set for Two More Members of Global Telecom Fraud...

Ramon Batista and Farintong Calderon have been sentenced to 75 months and 36 months in prison, respectively.

Two Israeli Youths May Be Charged for vDOS Operation

Israeli authorities prepare to accuse two 18-year-olds for the online attack service, which caused $1.65 million in losses.