The ACSC warns that Australians have received phone calls from scammers claiming to be ACSC employees, and that the recipient's computer has been compromised.
A global survey has found that organisations hit by ransomware are never the same, with ransomware attacks affecting the confidence of IT managers.
ESET researchers have uncovered a new malware toolkit that appears to be designed to exfiltrate data from systems not connected to the internet.
Managed security service providers are becoming high-value targets for cybercriminals, according to BlackBerry Cylance's 2020 Threat Report.
Malwarebytes' latest State of Malware report estimates that total attacks targeting Australia or New Zealand fell last year, despite some high-profile incidents.
Security company Proofpoint has provided details of a staged malware downloader they are calling WhiteShadow that exploits Office macros and SQL commands.
Mimecast dug through over 67 billion emails rejected as spam, opportunistic and targeted attacks and impersonation detections to map the cyberthreat landscape.
Symantec has identified a surge in the use of targeted ransomware by an ever-increasing number of attack groups over the past two years.
Researchers from McAfee have uncovered a new ransomware variant that has the potential to become a major threat due to its sophistication and modular design.
SA has Australia's highest proportion of malware infected devices, with an estimated 26.4% of devices infected with an average of 20 malware strains.
McAfee Labs' latest Threat Report found that cryptomining malware samples surged 629% in Q1 and a further 86% during Q2.
The creators of the powerful Mirai malware have avoided jail time due to their "extraordinary cooperation" with the US Justice Department.
Australia has the dubious honour of being the fourth top host of malicious domains in the world, ahead of both China and Russia.
New research from WatchGuard Technologies reveals that more than one in five Australians have been the victim of a ransomware attack.
Cylance's latest Threat Report found that malware attacks increased 13.4% over 2016, with the healthcare sector remaining the most under fire.