This week's In Case You Missed It looks at Toshiba's 'unbreakable' quantum encryption; FBI Ransomware alerts; VPN IPv6 vulnerability; 97% of malicious mobile malware targets Android; 1/3 UK companies hit by ransomware.
First prize goes to whoever can locate Gameover Zeus instigator, Evgeniy Mikhailovich Bogachev, worth a £2 million reward from the FBI.
Users of the video-sharing site Plex have been left vulnerable to an attack after the company revealed that members' passwords had been compromised.
A confidential leaked document from Bitstamp details how the Bitcoin trader was hacked and how the crime has been investigated.
The return of a decade-old attack vector, the malicious macro, requires a granular, policy-based approach to managing email at the gateway, says Greg Sim.
Businesses of all sizes have begun to consider iPad POS as a viable option, but what are the security implications, asks Josh Smith.
Utilities face thousands of cyber-attacks every day, but we are not prepared for a successful take-down despite the very real threat says Oliver Eckel
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SC Magazine UK Articles
- FBI offers $4.2m in bounties to catch cybercriminals
- Plex video sharing customers left at risk after hack attack
- ICYMI: Quantum encryption; FBI ransomware alerts; Ipv6 VPN services; Android mobiles; Ransomware
- Old-school router attack wreaking havoc to networks
- Leaked document reveals internal Bitstamp Bitcoin raid investigation