Microsoft to hospitals: 11 tips on how to combat ransomware

Hospitals are under cyberattack even as they struggle to combat the coronavirus. Microsoft is offering hospitals security tips to try to help. Read More

Survey: 37% of workers unaware of ransomware, putting businesses at risk

Almost 40% of employees surveyed admitted to not knowing what ransomware is, and many of them have already been victims, according to security provider Kaspersky. Read More

Targeted cyberattacks surpass mass attacks for 2019

Cybercriminals are increasingly directing targeted attacks at specific organizations or individuals, says security provider Positive Technologies. Read More

Most consumers worry about online privacy but many are unsure how to protect it

People have taken actions to better protect their information but feel they need to do more, according to a survey from NortonLifeLock. Read More

COVID-19 pandemic impact pushing smart home voice control devices to predicted 30% growth

Global shipments of smart home speakers will increase this year due to fear of coronavirus germs, according to ABI Research. Read More

Holy Water watering hole attack targets visitors of certain websites with malware

This campaign tries to trick users into accepting a fake Adobe Flash update, which then installs malware to give the attacker full remote access, says Kaspersky. Read More

Phish of GoDaddy Employee Jeopardized, Among Others

A spear-phishing attack this week hooked a customer service employee at, the world’s largest domain name registrar, KrebsOnSecurity has learned. The incident gave the phisher the ability to view and modify key customer records, access that was used to change domain settings for a half-dozen GoDaddy customers, including transaction brokering…

IBM providing 9 free public cloud business services to customers during coronavirus pandemic

With companies sending employees home to work during the COVID-19 threat, IBM offers a range of tools to support critical IT applications. Read More

Phishing emails claim recipient has been infected with coronavirus

A new phishing campaign is using the fear of being infected as a way to spread malware, as spotted by security trainer KnowBe4. Read More

Spectralink partners with Funktel to provide versatile and fully integrated ATEX certified DECT solution

(Horsens, Denmark) – Tuesday 31st March 2020 – Spectralink, the global leader in enterprise mobility solutions, announced today its partnership with Funktel, the leading German manufacturer of professional security and communication solutions in Germany. The businesses have joined forces to develop additional features for ATEX handsets at sites with standard…