DDoS attacks are on the increase and getting bigger and more widespread, according to research released by Arbor Networks.
Following the news that Trend Micro's Password Manager would allow hackers to execute malicious code we ask, how secure are security applications?
Chancellor George Osborne has warned that ISIS is directing its cyber-security hacking power at key UK infrastructure facilities.
Mumsnet has been targeted once again in a fresh sequence attacks.
China is being accused of pulling unwitting users into DDos attacks on the GitHub website to hit anti-censorship activists.
VOIP flaws offer a route into your data, with CISCO latest compromise recorded.
Ford's announcement of software updates to its cars via WiFi highlights security concerns about Smart Car software.
Swedish television, SVT, is believed to have suffered a DDoS attack on its voting system during the final qualification round for Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Vienna.
The costs of the Target breach dwarf the costs of increased security or insurance.
Deal with APT intruders logically, not emotionally, and get the upper-hand - even if that means leaving them on the network says Mike Auty,
The economics of cyber-crime make your network an attractive target. Change the economic incentive and you'll reduce the threat says Guarav Banga.
Dr Richard Piggin, in a blog published this week, notes how concerns about the vulnerability of control systems have been vindicated following the issuing of details about an attack on a German steelworks.
Persistant attacks have become a state of permanent attack for some organisations according to a new report.
GOP hackers demand Sony Kim Jong-un film is halted; websites containing stolen data attacked
Phishing emails - which often seem blatantly fake to security professionals - are far more successful and professionally exploited than previously thought, according to new Google research.
Stop the kill-chain higher up to increase chances fo preventing an attack says Patrick Peterson.
Web sites that take advertising need to protect against inadvertently delivering malware to their users, before, during and after an attack, explains Terry Greer-King.
DDoS attacks are still a major headache for major corporates.
Ongoing Russian malware attacks on Poland, Ukraine and Brussels (in Belgium) are aimed at discovering secrets not cash, and could be from criminal groups rather than a state-sponsored actor.
UK oil firms warned to guard against new campaign as Russian malware exploits Scottish independende vote.
The weather, or even simple mis-configuration, are threats to critical infrastructure, but in an emergency, could government now run privatised utilities?
Hackers tapping Linux systems to launch vertical target DDoS attacks
Problems with attribution mean that automated responses to say DDoS attacks could hit those spoofed or used for routing attacks.
Karsten Nohl also reveals how an enhanced security approach can beat his USB architecture compromise.
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