National Grid spokesperson tells SC "gas and electricity networks are isolated from our everyday business systems to ensure our networks remain safe and reliable."
Fears of being hit by a cyber-attack or data protection fines aren't standing in the way as businesses are moving forward with their digital transformation plans.
Gavin Russell looks cyber-vulnerability detection and how to prepare for and prevent future attacks like the recent NHS WannaCry incident.
Russian hackers reportedly breached the electoral systems of at least 39 states during the summer and fall of 2016 accessing software designed to be used by poll workers on Election Day.
In the wake of the WannaCry ransomware which took out over 60 NHS trusts, SC ponders on where the blame lays.
A combination of WannaCrypt0r and the EternalBlue exploit harvested from the NSA is forcing the closure of networks around the world including many NHS trusts in the UK.
Forcepoint Lab researchers spotted a remote access trojan (RAT) dubbed Felismus which has a modular construction that allows it to hide and or extend its capabilities.
User's surprised by their surprise booking and re-accommodation, receive an email stating that the user's order has been confirmed.
According to new research released today by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), one in five British businesses were hit by a cyber-attack in the last 12 months.
Hackers launched an attack against Union Bank of India that was very similar to the attack Bangladesh bank heist that resulted in the theft of $81 million.
The threat actors have reportedly changed the bank-deposit information on the compromised accounts to steal thousands from the users.
Dubbed, Sathurbot, the Trojan is disguised in a software torrent containing an apparent installer executable and a small text file.
Luis Corrons discusses the detection of an attacker inside a prospects network.
The group behind the attacks, APT10, has targeted Canada, Brazil, France, Norway, Finland, Switzerland, South Africa, Australia, Japan, and India.
Airports and nuclear power plants in the US and UK are on alert for cyber-attacks after governments in both countries issued alerts.
With a marked increase in cyber-attacks on organisations in the private sector, David Mytton explains some important ways to prepare for what's fast becoming the inevitable.
A spear-phishing scammer demanded a sex show from a private citizen after obtaining the victim's email credentials.
A group of cyber mercenaries targeted Baidu's driverless car technology prompting the tech company to beef up security.
A recent Trend Micro study found 20 percent of IT leaders believe cyber-espionage will be the top threat of 2017.
In a manner that is becoming too familiar, hackers have once again broken into the iCloud accounts of female celebrities.
Peter Godden advises how to avoid a situation such as being hit by a fourth cyber-attack, as an Austrian hotel experienced earlier this year.
Kate Moss has become the latest celebrity to have her digital files targeted for intimate photos.
Supermodel Emily Ratajkowski's iCloud account has again been hacked with as many as 200 sexually explicit images being removed.
A Pittsburgh child admitted to launching cyber-attacks on the Brussels airport just hours after last year's ISIS attacks.
Kaspersky researchers spotted a record setting 292 hour-long DDoS attack in Q4 2016, significantly beating the previous quarter's maximum attack.
Arbor Networks researchers spotted the Flokibot malware family to target Point of Sale Infrastructure in Brazil and other countries.
Instead of being sentenced, General James Cartwright, the man believed to have leaked the secret that the US and Israeli armies had developed the Stuxnet malware was pardoned by the outgoing Obama administration.
The UK domain registration site 123 Reg was hit with a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack, its second in six months, late last week.
Mobile malware was spotted targeting WhatsApp users in India through messages claiming to be from government agencies.