Sony recently suffered an online security breach that affected customers in Canada, Thailand and Indonesia.
Windows computer users are currently being threatened by a new scam from cyber criminals trying to gain access to personal details.
The Norwegian military was recently targeted by cyber criminals in a “massive” attack, according to a report by newspaper VG.
Microsoft recently brought to light the growing malware threats taking place on social networking websites.
For Adobe users, there are currently several phishing scams circulating the internet, according to a recent report by PCWorld.
It appears cyber criminals are targeting Canada as a country for their attacks, according to a recent report by WebSense.
Mother’s Day is considered to be the most popular card-giving holiday, but, as expected, cyber criminals targeted consumers with scams related to the day, according to an internet security company.
The use of phishing emails to breach organizations is becoming more prevalent for cyber criminals, according to a recent report by Computerworld.
Instead of directly going after credit card information, hackers are targeting legitimate email addresses to trick people into buying fake products or to infect their PCs, according to a USA Today report.
Epsilon, the worldâ─≥s largest distributor of permission-based email, recently revealed that millions of email addresses were exposed after an attack on its servers.
According to the Internet Crime Complaint Center, there are several scams being circulated by cyber criminals.
With Valentineâ─≥s Day here, cyber criminals will be out in full force trying to scam unsuspecting love birds any way they can, according to the Better Business Bureau.
According to an internet security company, 2010 will end as a record year for malware producers.
A new phishing scam targets consumers using the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System, according to the IRS.