In June last year, a report from EfficientIP revealed that 76 percent of organisations around the world suffered DNS-based attacks and almost a third of UK organisations experienced data exfiltration via DNS.
While individuals and businesses across the world have embraced cryptocurrencies due to the various benefits they come with, the concept has also attracted the attention of cyber-criminals.
In the past couple of years, while we have seen a rise in businesses adopting new cyber-security policies, such measures have not been able to curb the rise of malicious malware and cyber-weapons used against healthcare.
City of London Police recently launched a new initiative to offer threat briefings, incident response training, and other guidance to businesses located in London's Square Mile to help them secure themselves better from cyber-threats.
If you own or work at a small business and your firm is a data processor or data controller of private data belonging to European Union citizens, your company will be subject to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Twitter Friday banned Kaspersky Lab ads, pointing to misaligned business practices and what the US government has said is Kaspersky's relationship to Russian intelligence, claims that repeatedly have been denied by the firm.
By now it's clear most corporate people understand that the security posture of business partners and third parties has become a top priority.
The explosive growth of cloud services in the business world is having an unfortunate (yet predictable) side effect. So why is cloud becoming a major target for cyber-criminals and what can businesses can do to protect themselves?
A cyber-attack against Energy Services Group (ESG), which handles customer transactions for natural gas pipelines owned by several energy firms, has knocked the company's systems offline.
In spite of the prevalence of cyber-threats facing every business sector, a survey has found that two thirds of businesses do not have a financial plan in place in the event of a cyber attack.
A businessman, whose "right to be forgotten" request was denied by Google to "defend the public's right to access lawful information", has filed a lawsuit in the high court in a bid to make Google remove references to his criminal past.
The majority of businesses lack cyber-security expertise to prevent cyber-attacks and protect customers, according to a recent study.
Out of nearly 160,000 reported cyber incidents affecting businesses in 2017, 93 percent could have been prevented by following basic security measures.
With just under four months to go before the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect, the European Commission (EC) published guidance last wee, meant to help organisations apply the new rules to their businesses.
A consortium of more than 60 universities, industry experts and businesses is set to receive £20 million to create the Institute of Coding to help create the next generation of digital specialists, according to Prime Minister Theresa May.
While ransomware attacks on consumers and businesses slowed down towards the fag end of 2017, they were replaced by spyware campaigns which rose by over 800 percent year-on-year.
More than 70 percent of British businesses are confident about their understanding of GDPR and their preparations for the upcoming data security legislation.
French Watchdog CNIL has ordered that Whatsapp stop sharing data with its parent company, Facebook, for business advertising and promotion.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is set to revolutionise the farming and agricultural sector, but many agritech companies are concerned by the cyber-threats associated with the technology.
A Nigerian man was sentenced to 41 months (3.4 years) in prison for his part in business compromises which targeted thousands of victims around the world and swindled more than £21 million.
Thousands of British businesses have paid ransoms to Russian hackers who are launching attacks every day and demanding £100,000 to release files.
Pedro Fortuna focuses on the different threats businesses are exposed to via the client side.
Riashmi Knowles discusses how communication, or lack of, is the blight of the security industry.
Garry Kondakov discusses why it is so essential to be able to identify new threats in a world where the attackers are so innovative.
Rahul Gautam has been appointed to lead EY's UK and Ireland Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) practice.
Tanium has appointed Chris Bream as its new chief technology officer.
Code42's latest report says CIOs, CISOs and their IT security teams need to find powerful new solutions that will keep data safe without impeding productivity and causing further risk.
A cyber-espionage group dubbed APT32 is carrying out intrusions into private sector companies across multiple industries.
Rod Freeman is joining the London office as a partner at Cooley, a tech law firm.
Chris Hart, sales and marketing manager, and Angelika Wehnert, administrative assistant, have joined Leeds-based tech company KwizzBit, a web-based gaming platform.