A study from PwC explores the confidence of councils, local authorities and consumers across the UK in the face of cyber-attacks and threats with depressing conclusions.
A new report from EfficientIP reveals a lack of awareness as to the variety of DNS attacks, a failure to adapt security solutions to protect DNS and poor responses to vulnerability notifications among businesses worldwide.
Nathan King warns that some cyber-criminals still gain entry on two feet and stresses the need to test physical security controls.
New Government statistics have revealed that in the last 12 months, half of UK businesses have suffered a cyber-security breach.
Businesses in the UK are struggling to face the looming threat of cyber-attacks, with nearly a third of C-level executives admitting they don't have a response plan - or don't even know whether or not they have one.
Mark Loman discusses how nation-state attackers with access to the right tools, time and cash can tailor-make their attack code to bypass security products completely.
Greg Sim focuses on measures that businesses can use to counter defeatism surrounding zero-day hacks by employing new and creative cyber-security solutions.
Whilst examining cyber-security attacks and methods from the first part of 2017, researchers at PandaLabs found cyber-attacks are more complex than ever before.
According to new research by eSentire, cyber-criminals are moving away from sophisticated attacks in favour of inexpensive and automated methods of intrusions.
Adam Vincent discusses why phishing attacks continue to dominate the cyber-security landscape, why companies are still falling for them and how attacker profiling can help protect against them.
Chris Welch discusses what healthcare organisations in the UK should be doing to protect themselves against cyber-attacks.
Nearly half (45 percent) of NHS trusts scan for application vulnerabilities just once a year. Less than eight percent do so on a daily basis.
Wieland Alge discusses how businesses must adapt their security methods in response to the growing number of targeted, multi-vector attacks taking place
Kristine Olson-Chapman advises senior executives and IT security professionals on how to manage the challenges of cyber-security by using a risk-based approach
Despite unique attacks on their sector, IT professionals in retail are overconfident in their ability to quickly collect data needed to identify and remediate cyber-attacks.
Most security executives have confidence in protecting their businesses from cyber-attacks despite experiencing about two to three effective attacks per month at the average company.
A Chinese cyber-attack targeting a US Defence Department contractor was linked to the OPM hack.
Nearly half of consumers see Artificial Intelligence as having a positive impact on society, compared to seven percent who do not.
CyberArk's 10th annual Global Advanced Threat Landscape Survey conducts research on global enterprises and whether they are learning from cyber-attacks and what priorities are being influenced.
A survey recently conducted by Imperva showed that 36 percent of surveyed companies have experienced security incidents involving malicious employees in the past 12 months.
On average, a single cyber-security incident now costs large businesses US $861,000 (£652,000). Meanwhile, small and medium businesses (SMBs) pay $86,500 (£65,500).
An outcome of the growing use of encryption technology to keep network data safe is an increase in cyber-attacks.
The growth of state sponsored and APT cyber-attacks on the US government has triggered a much needed response by the US National Security Agency's (NSA) Information Assurance Directorate (IAD).
DNS attacks are costing businesses more than $1 million (£702K), however 25 percent of organisations still are not implementing any kind of basic security software
Cyber-attacks against web applications are increasing, yet security budgets for developers remain low.
A panel Tuesday at SC Congress Atlanta delved into a debate over how serious the threat is posed by ransomware.
According to Germany's domestic intelligence agency, Russia was most likely responsible for the major cyber-attack on the Bundestag last year, forcing computer systems to be on hiatus for days.
Cyber-attacks from US-based IP addresses have reached the highest point in the last three years.
To fly under the radar of security systems, hackers are increasingly using PowerShell, a scripting language inherent in Microsoft systems.
Claus Rosendal says financial services are a hot target for cyber-criminals, and observes that they may consistently gain access via remote workers.