Hackers are at it once again, this time targeting Google Chrome users to install a fake "missing font" and then infect them with malware.
A house in Palmers Green was raided as part of an investigation into the illegal access of customer details from a nationwide car repair company prompted by concerns raised by Nationwide Accident Repairs Services (NARS)
Asking a panel of experts the perhaps potentially provocative question "is the law any use in cyber-space?" SC's deputy editor kicked off SC Congress 2017 with four strong opinions on fighting cyber-crime.
Newly discovered ransomware dubbed Patcher is targeting Mac computers, but according to researchers, the malware is so poorly coded, it locks up files for good.
A Mirai spreader for Windows has been discovered on hundreds of systems, showing a maturing of the infamous botnet building malware.
Supermodel Emily Ratajkowski's iCloud account has again been hacked with as many as 200 sexually explicit images being removed.
London's Metropolitan Police Service has charged four in-laws of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, including the famous curmudgeon's father-in-law, with computer hacking.
Malware samples recovered from watering hole attacks recently targeting banks across the globe contain false flags that fraudulently suggest Russian actors are behind the campaign, even though the most likely culprit is the Lazarus Group.
Heimdal Security researchers spotted a new spam campaign carrying the TeamSpy data-stealing malware.
Last month, an Algerian-linked hacking group defaced the website of Aberdeen City Council.
A scheme aimed at teaching young people online safety has published a list to show parents that their kids might have an interest IT security.
Those who may have jumped on the company's free Valentine's Day offer beware.
The company's report says ransomware attacks increased from 5.5 percent, to 10.5 percent of all recognised malware attacks from July to December 2016.
A Russian hacker who penetrated the network of the US Electoral Assistance Commission and then put its database up for sale, has been detected continuing his nefarious activities.
To combat alert fatigue among its security analysts, transportation service Uber applies specially customised data sets to flagged incidents to help distinguish between genuine threats and non-malicious activities.
A new survey shows that just three percent of IT security professionals believe their organisation has the technology in place to deal with the most common cyber problems that they face.
F-Secure's new cyber security report paints a stark picture of the threats posed by insecure networks and devices, the internet of things, cyber-crime and others.
Lazarus Group, widely thought to originate from North Korea, has been driven into the light once again, if reports from Symantec are to be believed.
Tony Rowan discusses global survey results that indicated ransomware had a huge impact on organisations in 2016, with insurance one response option, while the call for vendor security guarantees grows louder.
A Pittsburgh child admitted to launching cyber-attacks on the Brussels airport just hours after last year's ISIS attacks.
Researchers have identified what they believe is the first in-the-wild instance of hackers using malicious macros in Word documents to execute malware on Mac computers, instead of Windows-based machines.
Hacker groups are leveraging free and commonly available pen testing tools to attack enterprises in the finance, government and telecom sectors with "fileless" malware.
An unknown actor whose targets and tactics resemble those of a Russian APT group has been compromising the websites of foreign embassies, ministries and organisations, in an attempt to infect certain site visitors with malware.
New malware, MacDownloader, targeting the US defence industry could be the work of Iranian hackers, according to a couple of security researchers.
A data feed firm sees stolen credentials being traded in broad daylight, so to speak.
More than half of retail fraud is now cyber-enabled, amounting to approximately £100 million in losses.
Graham Thatcher discusses how it has been suggested by some experts that in 2017 everyone will be 'touched' by some form of cyber-crime activity, and looks at expert predictions for what the forthcoming year has in store.
Omri Sigelman discusses the value that cyber-criminals gain from stealing and selling credit card data on the Dark Web and why they gather it in large volumes.
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.