Gmail's security is being enhanced to keep its users protected from malware, phishing attacks and other threats.
Symantec has discovered a spam campaign targeting Portuguese-language computers specifically focusing on companies based in Brazil with the goal of stealing email accounts to access sensitive corporate information.
A UK school technology supplier has committed to providing secure logins for a service used by many schools.
Cyber-criminals wasted no time in exploiting the media attention focused on the passing of rock icon David Bowie.
Despite an encrypted email service on BlackBerry smartphones, forensic investigators in the Netherlands said they can read encrypted messages sent on the devices.
Time Warner Cable is blaming a phishing attack against a vendor for a data breach that may have resulted in 320,000 customer emails and other personal information being stolen.
The email accounts of more than 100 celebrities have been hacked. Unreleased movie scripts, social security numbers and some sex tapes were allegedly taken.
More than half (54 percent) of malware files targeted at UK internet users contained ransomware in 2015.
The comeback was 16 years in the making, but macro malware is once again on security professionals' radars in a big way, impacting at least 100,000 people since it began its resurgence earlier this year, according to Intel Security.
Just one month after US and UK law enforcement helped take down Dridex, Trend Micro is reporting the botnet is bouncing back.
Darren White looks at how organisations can prioritise email security to protect their customers online.
Microsoft customer Nick Ioannou "incredulous at company's failure to fix Safe Links flaw which leaves security holes in supposedly cleansed email"
Cyber-criminals are using the fear generated from the recent wave of terror attacks to target corporate offices in the Middle East and Canada with spear-phishing attacks.
Researchers at the Microsoft Malware Protection Center have observed a hacking team that they call Strontium aiming zero-day attacks at servers in within members of NATO and some governments within Eastern Europe.
A new phishing campaign targeting DHL delivery customers has been detected by the Comodo Antispam Labs team.
Adobe has issued a security advisory for an Adobe Flash Player zero-day exploit being used by the folks behind the Pawn Storm cyber-espionage campaign to target foreign ministries worldwide.
Questions have been raised over the security of the Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA) server, which "uniquely" connects protected internal systems to the internet.
A leak, a hack, or a simple mistake can blow up any M&A deal carefully crafted over months or even years, says Stephen Dearing.
Researchers at Malwarebytes spotted an email phishing scam on Wednesday that targets Amazon users in the UK.
Former Tesla engineer faces federal charges for computer intrusion for allegedly hacking his manages email to leak employee data.
Security experts have criticised the processes that allowed the names and email addresses of hundreds of HIV-positive patients in London to be revealed in an email newsletter.
Canadian researchers at Citizen Lab released a report today describing a phishing campaign being conducted against Iranian dissidents and how utilising a two-factor authentication (2FA) tool helped foil most of the attacks.
UK ham radio operators are the target of a phishing-scam asking them to open a malware-infected attachment purportedly from Ofcom Spectrum Licensing.
Alexander Pope said, "To err is human; to forgive, divine." Could he have been thinking of the infamous Bank of England email leak when he said that, asks Rainer Gawlick.
Patrick Peterson examines why organisations need to focus on both external and internal assets to address the phishing threat.
US President Barack Obama's emails were stolen by Russian hackers, according to new claims.
The US State Department reportedly turned off its entire unclassified email system over the weekend after a suspected cyber-attack.