Most counties are not protected from impersonation-based spearphishing attacks.
Authorities say they have halted over 600 domestic money mules – exceeding the 400 money mules stopped last year.
In this past week, the authorities have cracked down on various BEC scams and cybercrime gangs.
In a coffee-shop scenario, attackers can hijack "secure" VPN sessions of those working remotely, injecting data into their TCP streams.
Facebook has paid over $4 million to victims to reimburse them for the unauthorized ads purchased using their ad accounts.
Researcher discovered a MacOS trojan hiding behind a fake crypto trading platform believed to be the work of the state-sponsored North Korean hackers behind WannaCry.
Security experts say the incident shows that cybercriminals are using ransomware to hit companies where it hurts.
Names, addresses, phone numbers, call and text message records and account PINs were all caught up in a cloud misconfiguration.
Authorities cracked down on cybercrime group Evil Corp. with sanctions and charges against its leader, known for his lavish lifestyle.
HackerOne has paid out $20,000 to a bounty hunter who discovered a session cookie issue, due to "human error," on the bug bounty platform.