The use of open source components in commercial software is more common than even vendors are aware of and it's leaving customers open to unpatched flaws.
Hold Security has bought hundreds of millions of email credentials off the dark web for less than £1
The Michigan Board of Water and Light has been beset with a ransomware infection.
Criminal outfits are increasingly distributing "designer" spam and malware, customised to optimally target victims in specific geographic regions, according to new research from Sophos' research division, SophosLabs.
Mike Loginov and Viv MacDonald explore the importance of management awareness of cyber-security in an organisation
A successful move to a global cashless society requires a comprehensive information security strategy
With electronic payments rapidly becoming the new way to transact, the idea of a cashless society is becoming a bigger reality, leading to demands for stronger authentication - without slowing transactions - says David Poole.
Michael Fimin considers the impact new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) laws will have on current vulnerability disclosure practices and recommends a number of best practices to help organisations measure up to the challenge.
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- European Parliament approves GDPR
- Have retailers secured themselves against the Insider threat before you head to the checkout?
- The BYOD explosion: How much of a threat do personal devices really pose to your network?
- Ensure that your employment contracts are fit for purpose for cyber-security
- Cyber-crime as a business rampant, new study
- 272 million email account credentials found on the dark web
- Michigan electrical utility company hit with ransomware attack
- UK adults clueless on where to find advice about protecting themselves
- The wave of a wand won't patch the security bug found in ImageMagick
- Localised "designer" malware campaigns all the rage, says Sophos