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Small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) often lack the resources and knowledge to properly vet cybersecurity solutions. Avoid poor decisions with these best practices.
There was no shortage of deals to be found online last week. Some were offered up by stores and brands you know and trust — others by criminals looking to make a quick buck.
Today's bad actors have a range of weapons to choose from when carrying out their robberies.
A new scheme enables skimmers to host deceitful third-party processor that appears just like the real one.
10 organizations are part of the Coalition, and they have also launched a website to help victims.
Adam Kujawa, director of Malwarebytes Labs, a cybersecurity company, says that large organizations with critical services running on computer networks still need to be extra cautious in the face of the rising rate of ransomware attacks on hospitals and schools.
Malwarebytes helped to raise awareness of an app that would allow people to track friends' behavior on Instagram.
Malwarebytes Chief Product Officer, Akshay Bhargava details his thoughts on new threats as the internet turns 50.
Malwarebytes' Thomas Reed talks to WIRED about how malware sneaks into Apple's App Store. "The problem is that people have an unrealistic level of trust in Apple’s App Store—much as people once believed that ‘Macs don’t get viruses.’”
Malwarebytes' own Chris Boyd talks to BBC about Twitter scams and fake customer service accounts.
Today, some of the newest and nastiest scams, including the extraordinary wave of car cannibalism, in which parts are stolen from people’s cars by masked thieves in broad daylight.