“Font Not Found” malware scam and other security headlines this week

Scammers and hackers are targeting Google Chrome users with this new "font not found" hacking scam that's incredibly easy to ...

Network access policy: a C-level primer

A well-defined and carefully observed network access policy may seem to be a technical responsibility of your I.T. ...

Malicious Mac macros and other security headlines this week

Security researchers have detected the first in-the-wild instance of hackers are making use of malicious Mac macros in Word ...

DynA-Crypt ransomware, a new cybersecurity playbook, and other security headlines

A new strain of ransomware called DynA-Crypt that was put together using a malware creation kit by people that are not very ...

Ransomware wipes out police evidence, and more security headlines

The Police Department in Cockrell Hill, Texas, admitted in a press release that they lost 8 years' worth of evidence after ...

Tax phishing attack warning from IRS and more security headlines

ALERT: The current tax phishing scam works in two steps so watch out for possibly bogus emails for your tax ...

Autofill can leak PII to hackers, and other security headlines

Google Chrome and other major browsers offer "Autofill" feature that automatically fills out web form based on data you have ...

Theft of Podesta’s campaign emails—3 tipoffs to avoid having YOUR email hacked

Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta was the victim of email hacking. As news outlets reported on the grievous ...

PDF phishing scam and other security headlines

The SANS Internet Storm Center warned about an active PDF phishing campaign that has malicious PDF attachments in a new scam ...