The April 18 tax deadline is approaching, so beware a surge in tax related scams and phishing attacks.
Here's what you need to know about the Epsilon breach, which some people are describing as the worst of its kind.
The maker of the popular TurboTax tax preparation program and the Quicken personal financial software was not among the more than 50 companies whose customer data was stolen, but it cautioned its users nonetheless.
The Epsilon data breach exposed millions of customer email addresses, leading security experts to warn that a wave of spear phishing attacks is on the horizon.
An online bank-theft gang caught after an international investigation face more than 30 years in prison.
A new Trojan dubbed 'OddJob' tricks users into thinking they're logged out of online banking sessions, while stealing their money behind the scenes.
Malicious hackers who may be based in China fooled Canadian tech staff into providing access to government computers.
A new phishing scam is circulating claiming to be from the FDIC, and containing a Trojan downloader file attachment.
Don't tell cybercriminals we're in a global recession. Business is good and the future is bright for cybercrime.
The Web and social networking are part of mainstream culture and daily life, so it is important to learn to use them safely and securely.