Intel Security

What You Need to Know About Ransomware

Learn how ransomware works and what you can do to protect against the growing number of attacks

Learn More

Featured Research

McAfee Labs Threats Report: December 2016

McAfee Labs researchers analyze results from a primary research study on security operations centers (SOCs), summarize “the year of ransomware,” and explore how adversaries use Trojans to infect legitimate software.

McAfee Labs 2017 Threats Predictions

Our researchers offer long-lens predictions about cloud and internet of things (IoT) threats, laws, and vendor responses. They also make specific predictions about threats activity in 2017, including ransomware, vulnerabilities of all kinds, and the use of threat intelligence to improve defenses.

2016 Data Protection Benchmark Study: Visibility and Maturity of a Data Loss Prevention Program

The Ponemon Institute conducted a seven-nation survey of 1,000 IT decision makers in financial services, healthcare, government, manufacturing, and retail organizations, to develop benchmarks for data loss prevention incidents, visibility, and maturity.

Threat Intelligence Sharing

Cyber Threat Alliance

At RSA Conference 2017, the Cyber Threat Alliance announced the next phase in its evolution. See the details of the latest news.

Technology Spotlight

Endpoint Detection and Response

Discover the top five things you should know about this technology.

Data Breaches

Verizon 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report

Intel Security contributed to Verizon’s 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report, which provides a comprehensive analysis of data breach patterns seen in 2015.


Catch Me If You Can: Antics of a Polymorphic Botnet

Intel Security and a global law enforcement action took down a major botnet.

View All Security Awareness Reports and Resources

Intel Security Blog

How to keep ransomware from human resources

Geno Romanelli - March 29, 2017

Update: Technical McAfee Detail On DoubleAgent

Brook Schoenfield - March 29, 2017

Let the Great McAfee ENS 10.5 Migration Begin!

Ken McCray - March 29, 2017

View All Blogs