Can the blockchain stop phishing? Are all of these data breaches scorning users? This week's Friday Five attempts to answer those questions and more.
Academics hack a Tesla, cybercrime costs Germany billions, and a biotechnology company admits it was phished - catch up on the week's infosec news with this wrap-up!
Facebook phishing, hospital malware, and GDPR scams - catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
Attackers used a BGP leak to trick users and steal $150,000 in cryptocurrency on Tuesday.
Government data breaches, healthcare software vulnerabilities, and more -- catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
Cryptojacking, data breach disclosure laws, and phishing -- catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
RSA’s Dan Cohen discusses current trends in cybercrime, from shifting tactics to the commercialization of the digital underground.
Phishing attacks continue to grow in sophistication and effectiveness – here’s how to defend against this common threat.
Phishing of employees and malicious attachments sent in email messages are still the main causes of data breaches, despite warnings, Verizon said in its latest Data Breach Investigation Report.
Criminals, like most humans, are fundamentally lazy. When presented with several options for accomplishing a task, they generally will take the easiest one. For some people that’s a function of their skill set, but for others it’s simple practicality. Easier is better. And for criminals, easier also means more money.