Andrada Fiscutean

Andrada Fiscutean is a technology journalist and radio news editor. She writes about hackers, malware, women in tech and companies based in Eastern Europe.

Stealing money in the digital age: The dark industry of trafficking financial data

Hunting vintage MS-DOS viruses from Cuba to Pakistan

Hunting vintage MS-DOS viruses from Cuba to Pakistan

Security researchers and enthusiasts try to understand and preserve the history of malware.

DNS hijacking grabs headlines, but it’s just the tip of the iceberg

DNS hijacking grabs headlines, but it’s just the tip of the iceberg

DNS pioneer Paul Vixie contemplates missed opportunities for improving internet security and advocates for widespread use of DNSSEC, which he helped create, and which he believes would go a long way toward improving DNS security.

Microsoft Office now the most targeted platform, as browser security improves

Microsoft Office now the most targeted platform, as browser security improves

The number of attacks carried out using the popular suite has increased in the past two years, Kaspersky Lab researchers say.

Outside-the-box malware is getting more common, security researchers warn

Outside-the-box malware is getting more common, security researchers warn

Malware authors have been experimenting with unusual malware formats, and this presents new challenges for the security industry.

What is malvertising? And how to protect against it

What is malvertising? And how to protect against it

Malvertising, the practice of sprinkling malicious code to legitimate-looking ads, affects both small and large websites. Protecting against it is harder than it seems.

12 of the hottest startups at the RSA Conference 2019

12 of the hottest startups at the RSA Conference 2019

These RSAC Early Stage Expo startups bring fresh cybersecurity solutions to fight phishing, improve application security, provide better cloud protections, enforce security policy, more accurately authenticate and more.

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