Data security and privacy issues have been raised as the UK teams up with tech majors to create a contact tracing app to identify those with Coronavirus infection
Zoom is the de facto communication tool for organisations during the Covid crisis. However, a global backlash over growing concerns about privacy and security is forcing organisations to look for alternatives. Here are five suggestions from SC Media UK.
Attack on Linux servers, Windows systems and Android devices world over went undetected for nearly a decade
NCSC and CISA say state-sponsored threat groups and cyber-criminals will continue with their plans to exploit the Coronavirus pandemic.
Cyber-security hygiene can help counter Coronavirus-themed cyber-attacks, says McAfee's Raj Samani
More and more home IoT devices are being connected to organisational networks as people across the globe work from home, increasing the potency of new botnet dark_nexus
There are several scenarios that organisations should warn their employees about, described here with possible steps to mitigate the risk
Happy developers working in teams with mature DevSecOps practices make more secure software, survey showed; Workplace happiness tangible, says psychologist
Encryption is no longer a compliance issue, but a proactive business choice, required to protect the proliferating volumes of data that we now produce.
Remote work is worsening an already bad situation regarding the management of wireless devices