Jason Hart discusses how data manipulation will be the biggest threat to businesses and public figures in the future.
Operational intelligence firm Splunk describes 'full lifecycle' of attacks and advocates analytics-driven security
Iran Chief Brigadier General Kamal Hadianfar said at a Monday press conference that the person spreading the rumor that Daesh might poses a cyber-threat to Iran has been identified and admonished by FATA.
A report from Tech UK says that tackling cyber-crime in the UK needs better funding distribution, a police Managed Service Provider to contract skills more easily and more accurate reporting.
Cyber-security has become a boardroom issue, but too few boards give the topic the time or resources required, our experts agreed at a recent SC Magazine Roundtable. Opinions were split over how to respond
Utilities face thousands of cyber-attacks every day, but we are not prepared for a successful take-down despite the very real threat says Oliver Eckel
MI5 has issued a warning to British corporate chiefs that foreign spy agencies are targeting IT staff within big businesses, grooming them to gain access to highly valuable, corporate information according to an FT report.
Thieves and employees take assets off the network to avoid tracking
Drive-by downloads are stealthy in nature and very difficult to prevent.
One of the hot topics at the Infosecurity Europe show - held in London this week - is the scale and complexity of the latest attacks against corporates.
Systems admins are being warned of a "potentially disastrous" security flaw that allows hackers to steal data from millions of websites worldwide without leaving a trace.
FireEye taps its IPO cash pile to acquire data forensics specialist.
The use of the term 'cyber Pearl Harbor' has been slammed by Art Coviello, executive vice president of EMC and executive chairman of RSA, who said that he 'hated' the term.
The old security model is doing an 'okay job' when it comes to preventing targeted attacks and advanced persistent threats (APTs), according to an industry expert.
Microsoft has confessed that it has fallen victim to the same attack as both Facebook and Apple.
Advanced persistent threats (APTs) pose a credible threat to national security and economic stability.
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