Software vendor Panda Security reports that new pieces of malware are taking advantage of people's obsession with the social networking site.
AppRiver's January Threat and Spamscape notes a surge in new tax-related malware campaigns and the impact of the Rustock botnet on total spam production.
Facebook CEO learns firsthand just how vulnerable everyone using social networking sites can be after someone accessed his fan page and began posting status updates.
Symantec's new report finds that unrest among pharmaceutical spam-sending organizations pushed total spam email traffic to lowest level since March 2009.
Security software vendor Kaspersky has discovered a new fake anti-virus software campaign making its way around the popular instant messaging service.
A new report from Internet security firm OpenDNS finds the social networking site is both the most-blocked site and the second-most allowed site on the Web.
New phishing scam detected by security software vendor AppRiver attempts to steal customers' banking, credit card data.
Security researchers at Kaspersky Lab are warning of a new fast-moving Twitter worm that's redirecting people to a bogus anti-virus software site.
New survey by security software vendor Sophos finds that most companies still allow employees unfettered access to Facebook, Twitter despite the known security risks.
The proliferation of attack tool kits makes it cheaper and easier than ever before for just about anyone to become a formidable hacker.
Companies have been quick to embrace mobile devices and cloud computing environments, but they're still too reliant on dated security methods.
Security software vendor Sophos finds computers based in the U.S. are responsible for distributing more than 18 percent of all spam messages.
The soda giant is being targeted by a phishing scam that offers some quick cash in exchange for a litany of personal information.
Latest security threat to the online payment service attempts to snare users' login and password credentials.
Non-profit identity theft prevention organization says shoddy reporting keeps consumers in the dark and at greater risk.
The popularity of social networks like Facebook and Twitter will make the iPhone, iPad and other mobile devices attractive targets for hackers in the New Year.
Stuxnet, embarrassing data leaks and sophisticated phishing syndicates dominated the data security landscape in 2010.
Security software vendor AppRiver provides some advice for smartphone users who will be frantically checking email and making purchases throughout the holiday season.
Security software vendor Avira's survey finds that most people use multiple antivirus apps in a year, and one in four shut them off altogether to spark PC performance.
Hackers repeatedly accessed a university server holding the names, social security numbers and birth dates of more than 760,000 students, faculty and former students.
Security software vendor Panda Security forecasts the top security threats to watch out for in the New Year.
More than 60,000 former students and staff are just finding out that hackers had access to their personal data for more than two years.
Creating and enforcing stringent data loss prevention policies for free email services from Microsoft, Google and Yahoo is critical to securing corporate data.
MobileManager 6.0 gives administrators more tools to monitor mobile devices in the enterprise and prevent costly data breaches.
'Tis the season for taking advantage of Internet users searching for the latest pop-culture news, by spreading Trojans via holiday-themed Twitter topics.
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