Anonymous' crowd-sourced Twitter war against the so-called Islamic State has been hit with accusations of unreliability.
Brazilian researcher discovers double security threat in Arris cable modems which allows an attacker to rewrite the firmware without the owner's knowledge.
Dell reported that it has been shipping Inspiron 14 laptops since August that inadvertently contained the security certificate, eDellRoot, that essentially gives hackers complete access to the system.
Smart TVs are not being targeted by hackers right now, but a researcher at Symantec has noted that cyber-criminals have a wide range of options if they wish to breach the average Smart TV.
Ed Macnair addresses the need to strengthen cyber-security in businesses and schools to take a step in the right direction in the fight against terrorism.
Darren White looks at how organisations can prioritise email security to protect their customers online.
In the run up to the year-end, SC will run publish projections from different commentators on what's in store for the cyber-security industry in 2016. First up Adam Boone ranges over IoT to mitigation in breached systems.
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