Rene Millman

UK firms feel 'let down by government' over cyber-security

UK firms feel 'let down by government' over cyber-security

New research finds that companies feel that they are not being given enough support by the government to defend their infrastructure from attack.

Australia passes controversial data encryption laws

Australia passes controversial data encryption laws

Law enforcement will be given access to snoop on anybody under legislation passed by Australian parliament yesterday.

Major vulnerabilities found in IoT protocols

Major vulnerabilities found in IoT protocols

Security researchers have unearthed problems in a couple of machine-to-machine (M2M) protocols that could lead to hackers carrying out industrial espionage, denial-of-service and targeted attacks.

Flaw in TLS implementations can allow hackers to eavesdrop HTTPS encryption

Flaw in TLS implementations can allow hackers to eavesdrop HTTPS encryption

Security researchers have discovered an attack method that exploits side-channel information to downgrade most current TLS implementations hence browsers are still vulnerable to TLS attack

Tech support scams becoming ever more fiendish

Tech support scams becoming ever more fiendish

Tech support scam are becoming more complex and harder to detect, as scammers use more obfuscation techniques to avoid detection according to security researchers.

ECC memory susceptible to Rowhammer attack

ECC memory susceptible to Rowhammer attack

Error-correcting code (ECC) memory are vulnerable to Rowhammer attacks, according to security researchers.

Tech For Good looks to bolster charities cyber-security efforts

Tech For Good looks to bolster charities cyber-security efforts

Charities will be on the lookout for CISO to give up their time to help out fighting hackers this Thursday.

German eID vulnerability allows hackers to change identities

German eID vulnerability allows hackers to change identities

Gaping hole in German electronic ID system allows duplicate HTTP parameters to be used to create side channel to access arbitrary records.

Sofacy APT unleashes new 'Cannon' trojan

Sofacy APT unleashes new 'Cannon' trojan

Russian hackers use plane crash video as spear-phishing bait in bid to distribute new malware known as Cannon.

Emoji tsunami can DoS Skype for Business

Emoji tsunami can DoS Skype for Business

Security researchers have discovered a flaw in Skype for Business that enables hackers to launch a DoS attack against the platform by sending large numbers of emojis on the instant messaging client.