Cylance's latest Threat Report found that malware attacks increased 13.4% over 2016, with the healthcare sector remaining the most under fire.
Bitcoin's value has led to an increase in attacks that consume computing power to mine for cryptocurrencies.
Notorious cybercrime group Lazarus has launched a new phishing and malware campaign targeting Bitcoin users and global financial organisations.
There has been a sharp increase in the number of malwareless impersonation attacks, according to a new report from Mimecast.
Ransomware accounted for well over half of all cyber threats in Australia during the past six months as attacks on both Windows and other platforms increased, a SophosLabs report indicates.
Cybercriminals are increasingly turning their attentions to credential theft, and nearly half of all malware is new or zero day, new research from WatchGuard indicates.
Symantec has warned that cybercriminals are developing and selling mobile apps that can be used to develop ransomware with no technical expertise and without having to write any code.
APT28, the cyber espionage group believed to be sponsored by the Russian government, has been found targeting hotel guests in Europe and the Middle East through a new malware campaign.
Victoria's Road Safety Camera Commissioner found that the WannaCry infection of the state's traffic cameras failed to encrypt data on the compromised systems and did not affect the integrity of recorded infringements.
Kaspersky Lab is accusing Microsoft of abusing its dominant operating system position to unfairly and aggressively promote the use of Windows Defender over third-party antivirus products.
Check Point Software has detected 38 Android devices belonging to two large ICT companies that came preinstalled with malware inserted along the supply chain.
Two US senators have written to the Department of Defense raising concerns over reports that President Donald Trump may still be using his personal unsecured smartphone.
Researchers have uncovered vulnerabilities to SMS-based attacks in Android phones.
New Android malware called Gooligan is infecting 13,000 vulnerable devices every day.
A failed malware attack on a specific brand of routers, potentially linked with the Mirai IoT botnet, caused significant broadband outage for around 900,000 customers of Deutsche Telekom.