The latest wave of social engineering attacks related to the pandemic are sophisticated, widespread and convincing - and I was nearly taken in
Attackers paid a Twitter employee to provide access to accounts including those of Bill Gates, Barack Obama and Elon Musk
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Cardless ATMs exploited by a combination of phishing and adding new numbers to customers' mobile accounts
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Showing the world who your management team are, what they look like and what their contact details are helps hackers with social engineering attacks
The new strain takes screengrabs and reports errors back to malware authors
It's unrealistic to train users to recognise every threat, especially with modern hackers' levels of sophistication, argues CTO Andrew Nanson
The changing business environment has created more opportunities for workers to cause a breach - not always unknowingly
If plaintiffs win, every Twitter user in US could receive damages
Millions of users could be at risk from two vulnerabilities, but Facebook downplays significance
Fake emails discovered designed to harvest logins and passwords
Symantec and Juniper admit there is not yet a clear plan for beating more advanced forms of 'Eugene Goostman'
US subsidiary of Experian sold 500,000 records to fraudster posing as private investigator
Attacker posed as an IT engineer to plant keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) switch with 3G modem in Barclays branch