Posts Tagged 'cybercrime'

On October 2 at Virus Bulletin’s VB2015 conference in Prague, Virus Bulletin Editor Martijn Grooten announced that Anand Bodke, Abhishek Karnik, Sanchit Karve, and Raj Samani from McAfee Labs have won the Péter Ször Award. The award is given annually for the best piece of technical security research published during the year. Sanchit Karve accepts […]

As the nights get longer and Halloween approaches, it’s natural for our minds to drift toward the things that lurk in the shadows, particularly those in the unsavory recesses of the Internet. That’s why it’s so fitting that National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) is always in October. Since its inception under the leadership of the […]

You may not have heard of celebrity Electronic Dance Music (EDM) DJ Armin Van Buuren, but chances are, your music-savvy kids have searched online for the radio personality who has garnered the #1 spot as Intel Security’s 2015 Most Dangerous Celebrities™. According to this year’s ninth annual study (see graphic, right), searching for the latest […]

Listen up parents: live streaming is the latest trend that you need to get your heads around. Not only are there privacy issues that you need to understand so you can keep your kids safe but live streaming may just explain why your Internet usage is spiraling upwards! To ensure we’re are all up to […]

Who doesn’t love to search for celebrities online? From red carpet photos, to clips of the latest fashion faux pas, Hollywood gossip on the Web has a lot of us hooked. But sometimes, our interest in the stars can lead us into the digital danger zone. Cybercriminals take advantage of our interest in celebrities by […]