Category: Studies & Reports
F-Secure’s new Incident Response Report points to email inboxes as the weakest link in security perimeters, and finds that companies struggle with quickly and accurately detecting security incidents.
Insecure IP cameras are yet another example of IoT devices that are not built to withstand the threat landscape of the internet.
Government reluctance to shut down the virtual currency Bitcoin has made the rapid growth of cyber-extortion possible, but that could change if the United States or China shifts law enforcement priorities.
F-Secure Labs uncovers cyber attack group collecting intelligence on foreign and security policy in Europe using spyware developed for law enforcement agencies.
F-Secure’s new cyber security report paints a stark picture of the threats posed by insecure networks and devices, the internet of things, cyber crime, and more.
As Data Privacy Day approaches, F-Secure’s Chief Research Officer Mikko Hypponen warns about the growing intrusiveness of social media and internet-connected devices.
The flaw would give an attacker complete control over a home’s internet traffic – another example of widespread problems with weak router security.
An investigation conducted by cyber security company F-Secure finds thousands of severe vulnerabilities attackers can use to infiltrate company infrastructure.
As ransomware and other cyber attacks on organizations intensify, revamped Protection Service for Business fights back as part of F-Secure’s full-spectrum approach to business security.
The 2015 Threat Report predicts the end of Flash exploits and discusses the re-emergence of macro malware, among other global trends and events from 2015.
F-Secure’s security advisors warn parents to become more aware of the risks posed by new Internet of Things toys designed for kids this Safer Internet Day.
A recent survey finds that more Americans are taking action in response to privacy concerns in comparison to other nationalities, with many willing to switch services to protect their privacy.