Venture capital investment roundup
The endpoint security software market is forecast to grow at a 4.5 percent annually over the next five years, reaching £4.6 billion by 2021 according to Forrester research.
International consumer goods giant Reckitt Benckiser has announced a large loss in revenue as it recovers from last week's Petya/NotPetya ransomware attack.
The US' second largest health insurer is to pay out the largest settlement ever for a data breach.
As cyber-concerns make their way up the boardroom agenda, companies involved in mergers and acquisitions are increasingly conducting cyber due-diligence.
The latest figures show the number of female cyber security professionals is reducing compared with previous years. What, SC's Kate O'Flaherty asks, is the industry doing wrong?
Verizon has finally acquired Yahoo, at a discounted price, after a deal marred by the admission that Yahoo had been subject to two of the largest breaches ever recorded.
Microsoft is taking a shadowy company to court over hacking Microsoft user accounts to fraudulently buy in-game currency to sell on.
After the previous weeks' WannaCry attacks paralysed public utilities, governments and major companies, SC wants to know why people are still paying criminals to unlock their data.
Friday's ransomware attack appears to have pushed cyber-security shares up, as WannaCry reminds investors how important other people's security is.
Loom Systems raises US$6 million (£4.6 million) led by JVP; Darktrace/Siemens in industrial system JV; Mimecast Q4 and year-end results issued.
A research report published by CGI claims to have been able to measure for the first time the impact that major cyber-incidents have on share prices - and it says it's getting worse.
Workshops to help SMEs bid for the 40 contracts in Nato's €3 billion tech refresh during this month's NITECT17 conference, with €71 million earmarked for cyber-security services contracts.
The new system from Darktrace is being promoted not as a complete incident response system which would allow security analysts to put their feet up, but as a means of helping to free up time for busy Security Operations Centre (SOC) teams.
HutZero announced that it has opened applications for participants to join its second cohort in September 2017!