Leading European IT security vendor joins BVB defence ESET, a cybersecurity vendor with its headquarters in Bratislava, Slovakia is the new Champion Partner of the Borussia Dortmund (BVB) football club – the highest possible level of partnership. Sponsoring and cooperation plans are long-term and will last for the next three seasons of the Bundesliga, the top tier … More ESET partners with top German Bundesliga team – Borussia Dortmund
After welcoming hacking research, automobile technology started to get better at defending against hacks. So why has the airline industry not been as welcoming? I’m building a homebuilt experimental airplane. Yes, I plan to fly in it. Don’t be afraid, lots of others are too, and this segment of inventors could easily prove a valuable … More Hacking my airplane – BlackHat edition
Of the eight billion people in the world, around a quarter are between the ages of 10 to 24 – the largest youth population that has ever existed. And with today representing the UN’s International Youth Day – an awareness day focused on young people as ‘essential partners in change’ – ESET is looking at … More International Youth Day 2019: Young people and cybersecurity
The legal action, brought over alleged click injection fraud, is said to be among the first of its kind. Facebook announced this week that it is suing two Asia-based Android app developers over alleged ad fraud. The social network alleges that LionMobi, based in Hong Kong, and JediMobi, based in Singapore, made apps available on the Google … More Facebook hits two app developers with lawsuit
Up to 30 percent of romance fraud victims in 2018 are estimated to have been used as money mules. Scammers are using dating sites and apps not only to scout for lovesick men and women before bilking them out of money, but also to recruit ‘money mules’ for laundering funds obtained in illicit activities. According … More FBI warns of romance scams using online daters as money mules
ESET research uncovers a cyberespionage operation targeting Venezuelan government institutions. Latin America is often overlooked when it comes to persistent threats and groups with politically motivated targets. There is, however, an ongoing case of cyberespionage against high-profile organizations that has managed to stay under the radar. The group behind these attacks has stolen gigabytes of … More ‘Machete’ cyberattack strikes Venezuela
A primer on why internet-enabled TVs make for attractive and potentially soft targets, and how cybercriminals can ruin more than your TV viewing experience. With their high-resolution screens, cameras, microphones and innovative interfaces geared towards a better user experience, smart TVs have found their way into many homes. They have become so popular that, according to … More Smart TVs: Yet another way for attackers to break into your home?