Latest News

New malware hits ATM and electronic ticketing machines

New malware hits ATM and electronic ticketing machines

Both ATMs and electronic ticketing machines are facing further hacks as fraudsters focus on inadequately defended environments.

MPs: social media giants hide use of personal data

MPs: social media giants hide use of personal data

Users' data privacy on social networks is not protected says MPs.

118 arrested in coordinated global airline anti-fraud operation

118 arrested in coordinated global airline anti-fraud operation

EC3 coordinates global action to fight airline fraud.

Tech experts want new UK data protection law for biometrics

Tech experts want new UK data protection law for biometrics

A panel compromising the former head of GCHQ, leading scientists and privacy rights campaigners raised concerns over the use of biometrics at a government committee meeting earlier this week.

Change passwords? People can't be bothered, survey shows

Change passwords? People can't be bothered, survey shows

Two thirds of users still using the same password across multiple accounts says survey.

Features

ICYMI: UK cyber-security courses, government malware and the new Sony hack

ICYMI: UK cyber-security courses, government malware and the new Sony hack

This week's In Case You Missed It looks at the most popular articles on SC including news of CESG-accredited cyber-security courses, the Regin malware and the latest Sony hack.

ICYMI: Cyber-terrorism and politics, former hackers & supply chain problems

ICYMI: Cyber-terrorism and politics, former hackers & supply chain problems

This week's In Case You Missed It looks at the latest cyber-terrorism claims, former hackers in enterprises and issues to be dealt with in the supply chain.

CESG approved cyber-security training launched

CESG approved cyber-security training launched

CESG certified cyber security training launched today with eight companies and 12 courses accredited.

Opinion

The importance of Street Cred

The importance of Street Cred

Among the many elements that make up a successful information security programme, street cred is one with many ramifications and consequences says Josh Goldfarb.

Manage suppliers to increase your cyber-resilience

Manage suppliers to increase your cyber-resilience

Companies must understand how security works inside - and outside - their organisation, argues Seth Berman.

You need to understand the cloud to embrace the cloud

You need to understand the cloud to embrace the cloud

Better understanding of the potential gains offered by the cloud will make the move easier to contemplate says Aidan Simister who outlines what companies should be looking for in a provider.