The GDPR is designed to encourage companies to store data better and more securel; they could face huge fines if they don't.
Malware seeks to avoid detection, bypasses the User Account Control, researchers say.
The UK National Crime Agency (NCA) has said that a cyber-criminal has taken control of computer webcams to spy on people having sex.
Mikko Hyppenon's presentation at IP Expo Europe, entitled Securing Our Future, described corporates as a new threat actor, and declared 'smart' anything another word for 'exploitable'.
In the "2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: UK", the Ponemon Institute conducted 326 interviews with personnel from 39 UK companies to assess the incidence and cost of cyber-crime for businesses.
Ransomware is an attack unlike any other. Chances are you know about it pretty quickly after you've been infected but there is little you can do once you've been hit if you aren't prepared. Tom Reeve reports
Constant innovation by hackers is seeing a surge in attacks. The onus now falls on the industry, government and law enforcement to try and find a solution, reports Kate O'Flaherty
Banks and financial services are the number one target for hackers and nation-states, but as Doug Drinkwater reports, the industry is fighting to stay ahead of the threats with new tools, training, and increasing collaboration
Intelligent and analytical identification of anomalies in DNS activity is key to stopping threats before they become a real problem says Dr Malcolm Murphy, systems engineering manager, Infoblox
Staff need ongoing training in defending against the latest threats - which currently includes LinkedIn says Andrew Tang, service director, security at MTI Technology
Security is a reasonable concern when considering moving your IT services to the cloud, but four key questions can help you assess the risk, says Chris Pace.