A breach isn't quite as big a deal as we've been told. That is if the findings of a new report are to be believed. Authored by Sasha Romanosky, a policy researcher at the RAND Corporation, the report undercuts one of the great cliches of the cyber-security industry: that breaches are expensive.
Google has released a Content Security Policy Evaluator with the aim of assisting web developers avoid leaving their web applications open to XSS attacks.
Russia is making it easier to prosecute cyber-crimes by characterising them as theft, not fraud, which will also allow the imposition of tougher penalties as it was previously difficult to establish that they were serious crimes.
New research from Web Foundry that polled 1,000 parents of children of school age suggests that UK schools need to invest in their online strategy.
James Henry looks at the Yahoo! Incident within the context of other mega breaches to look at the trends and where security is failing.
Lawrence Jones explains how apprenticeships can help to develop the next generation of technical engineers and innovators.
Rob Sloan explains how the DNC hack was tied to Russian state hackers
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