Researchers Uncover Massive Cyber-Spying Campaign
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published January 14, 2013
Kaspersky Lab says "Operation Red October" has been going on since 2007.
Tags: security, malware, cyber attack, Iran, Russia, espionage, cyberspying, United States
Virus Knocks Out Computers at Qatari Gas Firm RasGas
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 31, 2012
Yet another piece of malware is targeting the Middle East.
Tags: malware, virus, cyber attack, Middle East, hack attacks
Spanish Botnet Could Paralyze Country
By - Reuters | Article Published March 04, 2010
Authorities say Spanish hackers were not aware that the illegal network they created could have taken down an entire country's computer networks.
Tags: cyber security, PC security, botnet, cyberattack, cyber attack
PC Virus Breached 2500 Organizations
By - Reuters | Article Published February 18, 2010
The PC virus is known to have breached almost 75,000 computers globally, claims Internet security firm NetWitness.
Tags: cyber security, virus, cyber attack, viruses
10 Worst Cybersecurity Snafus of 2009
By Lisa Phifer | Article Published February 09, 2010
Hackers, breaches, and malware on the loose. In the year 2009, a stupendous amount of personal data was stolen due to cybersecurity problems.
Tags: security, cyber security, cyber crime, cyber attack, breaches
IT Security Threat: Social Networking
By Larry Barrett | Article Published February 03, 2010
A malware epidemic plaguing social networking sites threatens far more than users' systems the entire enterprise infrastructure may be at risk.
Tags: social networks, social networking, cyber security, IT security, cyber attack
IT Managers Gird for Cyber Attacks
By Larry Barrett | Article Published January 29, 2010
Sophisticated cyber attacks are becoming a nearly routine event, causing IT managers a never-ending series of security headaches. A new report details the threats.
Tags: security, IT management, cyber security, IT manager, cyber attack