Today Europol's No More Ransom depository has released a new decryption tool for the latest strand of GandCrab, one of the world's most prolific ransomwares.
A fund of £800,000 is available to help academics get their ideas for improved cyber-security to market.
A 36 year-old suspect has been arrested in Oxford for fraud, theft and money laundering tied to the theft of around €10 million in the IOTA cryptocurrency following cross-border joint law enforcement action.
It was announced today that Google has been fined €50 million by French regulator CNIL for "lack of transparency, inadequate information and lack of valid consent regarding advertising personalisation."
Citing personal reasons, the recently appointed CISO at the NHS Robert Coles has resigned from the role that was created in response to the WannaCry attack.
Readers clicked on a wide range of stories during the year, but you might be surprised by the ones that got the most attention.
At sixth place, Mac-based malware makes its debut in the top ten most common types of malware reported by WatchGuard's quarterly Internet Security Report, tricking victims into installing fake cleaning software.
Quora data loss hits some 100 million users, but impact mitigated by early response and use of encryption, nonetheless, regulatory penalities could be high.
A new study by the Nato CCD COE on Cyber Security Organisation in Turkey outlines the current cyber security landscape in the country, providing a comprehensive overview of the country's digital ecosystem.
Entrants in teams of four have until the end of this week to enter the UK Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge, taking place in BT Tower 11/12 Feb 2019.