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Hackers will look to exploit the increase in remote working - and healthcare facilities could be targeted with cyberattacks, warns police agency.
Balkan authorities resort to publishing personal data online to stem the coronavirus outbreak.
If you don't take care, you could find your meetings being gate-crashed or Zoom-bombed, potentially causing havoc and mayhem.
Hackers hijack routers' DNS settings to point users to malware-infected downloads.
The rise in working from home in the last few weeks has seen VPN usage rise rapidly in many countries.
€13 million in potentially dangerous drugs, touted as coronavirus cures or immune system boosters, have been seized so far.
Fraudsters are trying to capitalize on fears surrounding the illness in new phishing campaigns.
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak spreads across the world, some governments are deploying or exploring the idea of deploying privacy-intrusive solutions for tracking the disease's spread.
Attorney General William P. Barr urged the American public to report all cases of COVID-19 scams and fraud.
DHS, SANS, NJCCIC, and Radware warn companies about securing enterprise VPN servers in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
Malware authors and fraudsters aren't letting a tragedy go to waste.
Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Reddit, Twitter, and YouTube put out joint statement promising to fight COVID-19 fraud and curb misinformation.
Hackers are trying to take advantage of the COVID-19 outbreak to deliver malware, steal bank details and more -- but there are ways to stay safe from these attacks.
The number of cyberattacks looking to draft off the novel coronavirus pandemic are ramping.
Opportunist crooks are exploiting coronavirus as part of their phishing attacks, malware, ransomware and more.
One of the Czech Republic's biggest COVID-19 testing laboratories hit by mysterious cyberattack.
Chinese, North Korean, and Russian government cyberspies caught using COVID-19-themed emails to infect victims with malware.
Employers are a trusted source of information about COVID-19 but face competition from disinformation
New data shows employees have strong trust in their employers as a source of information about COVID-19, but infrequent employer communication can leave employees vulnerable to disinformation.
If two attendees of your security conference were diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, how would you let everyone know? Perhaps not quite in the way the RSA conference did.
Don't even think about marketing 'coronavirus-curing' goods, the agencies have warned.
Google removes Iran's official COVID-19 detection app from the Play Store.
Phoney emails about health advice and more are being used to steal login credentials and financial details.
Coronavirus misinformation spreading fast: Fake news on COVID-19 shared far more than CDC, WHO reports
Content engagement on false and misleading news about the COVID-19 virus illness is over 142 times that of legitimate and expert sources such as the CDC and WHO, according to NewsGuard.
Karen Roby interviewed a cybersecurity expert about a different threat than COVID-19 brings.