Botnets are getting bigger and DDoS attacks more frequent according to Kaspersky
To address the urgent need for more young people to enter the cyber-security industry, the Cyber Security Challenge UK and partners have launched the new EPQ qualification.
Qatar National bank has had 1.4 GB of internal files published online including the names of intelligence agents, government departments and the Qatari royal family. A turkish fascist group has claimed responsibility.
Belgium's minister of defence, Steven Vandeput has stated the importance of investing in technology for national security.
High Court judge Mr Justice Mann has ruled the go ahead for claims against The Sun newspaper for phone hacking.
In an effort to find the best hidden cyber-security talent, BT and the Cyber-security Challenge UK staged a mock investigation into a cyber-attack at London's BT Tower last weekend.
Hackers reportedly posted employee data and private documents belonging to a publicly listed gold-mining company on a paste site.
Wearables are the Internet of Things (IoT) devices most likely to emerge as a security threat or cause a breach, according to a new survey by Spiceworks and Cox Business.
Pro-ISIS hacking groups joining forces behind a super-hacker team, the United Cyber Caliphate, are sharpening their skills and showing a willingness to coordinate and amp up cyber-attacks, a new report revealed.
Researchers now think that Ransomware-as-a-Service can be exploited particularly effectively by those with insider knowledge of an organisation
The US, finally and for the first time has announced its intentions to wage cyber-war on Islamic State
It appears that the developer mode of MS Windows, otherwise known as 'God Mode', is being leveraged by attackers to hide malware.
According to Kaspersky, ATMs are far easier to get into that you might think
Over 10 percent of the UK population has pretended to be someone else online by snooping or sending messages through someone else's social media or email accounts without their permission.
Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel) has opened a new facility to help enterprises enhance cyber-security skills and test their networks in dealing with cyber-threats.
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Evolving ID and access management options have gone from central control of a rigid boundary to multiple ID options, distributed assets, IoT machine ID and variable authentication reports Danny Bradbury*
Brian Chappell looks at why the backdoors of the Snooper's Charter are so repugnant to tech firms and how it can't be reconciled with the government's own directive to businesses to protect people's personal data.
Whether through loss of financial assets or damage to an organisation's brand, online fraud is becoming more of a problem and has the capacity to significantly and negatively impact a business, says Gad Elkin.
Katherine Maxwell says most organisations don't include cyber/data negligence within their employment contracts, and it is often not given the same respect as other employment issues.