The US government is now officially blaming the North Korean governments for the cyber-attacks against Sony Pictures.
A German federal agency has detailed in a new report how an Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) attack physically damaged an unnamed iron plant in the country.
A critical software vulnerability that was supposedly patched in 2005 is still affecting at least 200 types of home and small business internet routers, and could also be used by hackers to compromise millions of networked PCs and IoT devices.
New research reveals that UK firms are turning to contractors to plug the widening skills gap in the cyber-security field.
This week's ICYMI looks at the top five articles on SC, including new hacking allegations against the GCHQ and the return of Tor dark markets.
This week's In Case You Missed It looks at the five most popular articles on SC, including weak passwords exposed in the Sony Pictures breach and the return of the Poodle flaw.
The Metropolitan Police has become the latest law enforcement agency to complain that encryption makes it difficult to catch and prosecute criminals.
Dense population and its role as a transportation hub has pushed the UK to ensure good security for APIs exposed in use, integrating borders and government agencies, says Jason Macy.
Questions need to be asked of Patch Tuesday and Microsoft's approach to it, says Robert Brown.
Take human memory out of the equation and passwords remain a viable access option says Emmanuel Schalit.