Tom Reeve

Ericsson software issue causes O2 data network outage

Ericsson software issue causes O2 data network outage

Ericsson has confirmed that it is working on a fix for a network problem that has caused a blackout in the O2 data network in the UK.

Parliament publishes confidential Facebook emails on use of friends data

Parliament publishes confidential Facebook emails on use of friends data

Facebook has objected to the publication of confidential documents and emails of internal discussions about the controversial use of friends data.

MI6 calls for Fusion Doctrine public/private cooperation in face of hybrid threats

MI6 calls for Fusion Doctrine public/private cooperation in face of hybrid threats

MI6 chief Alex Younger says the agency will pioneer partnerships with the private sector to combat 'existential threat' from cyber

Amazon's AWS launches three new services to simplify security configuration

Amazon's AWS launches three new services to simplify security configuration

Three new security services have been launched by Amazon Web Services (AWS) to streamline workflows for its customers and help avoid misconfiguration.

Exclusive interview: NCSC operations director advises on recovering from a breach

Exclusive interview: NCSC operations director advises on recovering from a breach

UK cyber-security is being let down by the widespread failure of organisations to prepare for the aftermath of data breaches and cyber-attacks, says NCSC operations director Paul Chichester.

US Department of Justice complain about lack of international cooperation on cyber-crime

US Department of Justice complain about lack of international cooperation on cyber-crime

A senior figure from the US Department of Justice told delegates to an Interpol conference in Dubai yesterday that lack of international cooperation on cyber-crime was creating safe havens for cyber-criminals.

Facebook 'walking dangerous line' as it appeals record fine

Facebook 'walking dangerous line' as it appeals record fine

Security experts believe Facebook's case for appealing a record fine by the ICO is unlikely to succeed in light of the evidence of lax security policies at the social media giant.

Video: SASIG Gateway 'boosts junior cyber-security professionals up the career ladder'

Video: SASIG Gateway 'boosts junior cyber-security professionals up the career ladder'

I recently had the opportunity to meet up with some of the founding members of SASIG Gateway, a spin-off of the SASIG network, which aims to help junior cyber-security professionals network and build their careers.

Targeted ransomware attacks on the rise in 2018, NCSC warns

Targeted ransomware attacks on the rise in 2018, NCSC warns

Cyber-criminals are adopting a more targeted approach to ransomware attacks, according to an advisory issued by the National Cyber Security Centre.

WannaCry alive and well in Asia, says Kaspersky Lab

WannaCry alive and well in Asia, says Kaspersky Lab

Cryptor families of ransomware are still a major risk for computer users in Asia where attacks continue to proliferate, according to Kaspersky Lab.