Microsoft has warned Windows users about a zero-day security issue with malicious PowerPoint documents being emailed to recipients. The software giant is working on a patch for the problem.
Google has souped up its two-factor authentication (2FA) login process with the launch of Security Key, a physical USB that only works after verifying the login site is truly a Google website.
The TorrentLocker ransomware has returned with a vengeance and is starting to bring in big money for its operators.
The UK's National Crime Agency is on the hunt for cyber security professionals to "join the fight against some of the world's most significant cyber criminals" on salaries ranging from £24,000 to £52,000.
Sir Iain Lobban says GCHQ staff "are normal decent human beings who watch EastEnders and Spooks".
Security consultant Dr Jessica Barker says that the next step to getting more women into cyber security hinges on changing minds and career pathways.
Zero-day vulnerabilities are a fact of life in cyber-security, which is why looping is so essential, says Darren Anstee.
Outsourcing your CISO is an option medium sized organisations should consider says Carl Shallow, who advises a Pay As You Go model to buy in expertise.