Profitable and easy-to-use vulnerability exploited by cybercriminals says security researcher
One day on from claims that Chinese hacker group 'Comment Crew' was behind the theft of confidential documents on an Israeli missile defense system, the country is also being cited for more recent attacks against a Canadian government research organisation.
A committee sitting in the UK's House of Lords has said that the EU's ruling on the 'right to be forgotten', which requires companies to delete data on request where appropriate, is 'unworkable'.
A new and potentially serious flaw has been discovered in all Android devices, from version 2.1 upwards. The flaw, dubbed `Fake ID' by BlueBox Labs, allows malware to impersonate trusted applications.
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This week's In Case You Missed column considers the possibility of cyber warfare, the money reaching cyber security start-ups and how charity can start at home for InfoSec practitioners.
Here are the five most popular SC articles, as seen by you the reader, in the week for July 11 to 17.
When the two IPs meet (intellectual property and internet protocol) the value of the business becomes vulnerable says Dave King, with IT often just providing a sticking plaster to hide C-suite ignorance.
Industry needs a brighter collaborative approach to help bring it out of the dark ages says Alan Carter
Don't capitulate, have a plan in place, and of course, prevention is better than cure when it comes to tackling the prospect of DDoS ransom attacks says Dan Holden.
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