PCI DSS 3.0 may be on the horizon, but a new study suggests that companies are not only slow in updating, but also approaching compliance in the wrong way.
Criminal investigators want changes made to European law so that they can fight international cyber crime faster and more efficiently.
Compliance, standards, a shortage in IT security skills and budgets are reasons behind the 'failure' of cyber security, experts conclude at French information security conference
The world's largest consumer electronics event boasts new gadgets, but concerns rise on the Internet of Things.
The latest PCI update offers improvements to ensure security in online transactions, says Tim Lansdale, head of payment security, WorldPay. Tony Morbin reports.
In a special one-off case study linking our themes of PCI compliance and security spend, Random Storm technical director and co-founder Andrew Mason describes to SC a case study that tackles both issues with the aid of league tables.
It may be a time of great change for the infosec industry, but advice on achieving the budgets needed to keep up with new threats remains remarkably consistent, reports Thomas Brewster.
Check Point VP says individual hacking actions are not always criminal
Malware writing has undergone many changes over the years - from hobbyists to a criminal business - with mobile and social now the hot targets, Rob Buckley reports.
From banking hacks and malicious mobile apps to insider leaks and a serious data breach each month, 2014 promises to a challenging year for CISOs.