In a decision with widespread implications for the international transfer and processing of data - and the companies that provide these services - the European Court of Justice has ruled the EU-US Safe Harbour pact invalid. Experts are warning of massive disruption to international business.
Australian businesses are turning away from bitcoin since Australian banks made the move last month to close 13 of the country's 17 bitcoin exchanges' accounts.
According to Symantec, a virus known as Wifatch has been used to treat more than 10,000 home routers against cyber-attacks.
Worldpay, a payment processing technology company, said it's researching using facial recognition in stores around the UK as a card fraud preventative measure.
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
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.
If they can't identify attacks when they happen, how can financial organisations effectively combat them, asks Ron Miller.
In the wake of the SYNful Knock attack on its routers, Cisco should re-engineer its devices to prevent future attacks, says Raimund Genes.