Why try to trick a system when you can just fool the user?
Instead of shared WiFi, DarkHotel's new attack pattern delivers its payload through social engineering and a Trojan
Even before WannaCry, organisations were reporting relatively high infiltration rates for ransomware
Personal information about company directors is now free to download, so why haven't they been informed?
The return of the Microsoft Word macro virus with malicious documents that execute PowerShell scripts
Back to the nineties with spear-phishing attacks using Word macros
Policy and governance tips to be revealed in next Wednesday's web seminar
Ransomware is third only to malware and phishing attacks, according to survey
Ukrainian power outage 'sparked' by email-borne malware makes Ashley Madison hack seem trivial
Use employees' social media profiles to show them how easy it is to obtain their data, says Orlando Scott-Cowley
Unemployment caused by sanctions and low oil prices means more cyber attacks from highly skilled Russian IT specialists
Figures by Get Safe Online suggest people are feeling more vulnerable to cyber crime
Computing's Danny Palmer almost found out the hard way how cyber criminals are getting craftier...
Russian government behind seven-year cyber-espionage campaign by 'Dukes' hacking group, claims F-Secure
F-Secure accuses the Kremlin of being behind well-resourced group that targeted governments worldwide
Michael Cock, group IT manager at Sutton and East Surrey Water, tells Computing employees have received phishing attempts in emails which appear to be from company chairman
Sutton and East Surrey Water group IT manager Michael Cock explains how ForeScout has improved security at the utilities firm
Why was Carphone Warehouse keeping customer passwords in plain text, just months after it was hacked? [UPDATED]
If customer credit cards were encrypted, why weren't current account details? Security specialists respond
US Department of Defense email shut down and officials point the finger at Russia
Spammers, script kiddies, crypto-malware, spear-phishing... Computing research reveals which threats IT professionals fear most
Digital certificate signed in February used in Kaspersky malware to sniff network traffic