Cyber-security executives are speculating the HBO hack by "Mr. Smith" was the result of the intruder putting in a tremendous amount of effort to infiltrate the entertainment giant.
Attacks using code hidden in pictures are difficult to detect and increasing in frequency but protective measures will get better say researchers.
An attack on Italian bank, UniCredit, has led to the accounts of 400,000 loan customers being accessed.
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Vulnerabilities in the wallet.sol Ethereum wallet led to the theft of millions of pounds worth of the cryptocurrency by hackers.
Lloyd's of London has come through with a new report that will provide great clarity to cyber insurers
An insider has compromised health insurance company BUPA, exposing the records of 547,000 customers.
A Verizon third party vendor's misconfiguration a storage repository left the data of a potential six million customers out in the open last month.
Though the AA's shop was reportedly leaking payment card data, the motoring association did not alert customers.
A Northamptonshire games company has been fined, as an example that any, big or small, who break the rules will be dealt with accordingly says ICO.
Oliver Pinson-Roxburgh discusses the latest trend regarding data breaches as observed by Verizon; namely, the targeting of web applications in data breaches.
Microsoft has cast doubt on a CheckPoint report earlier this month which said that a piece of adware has infected nine percent of networks globally.
The US' second largest health insurer is to pay out the largest settlement ever for a data breach.
It would appear both need a lesson on password-hygiene: government ministers are re-using government credentials for social media accounts, and Virgin Media customers aren't changing their default router password.
Ten percent of small business owners and employees in the UK admit to having poor security habits. The surveyed individuals admitted to regularly sharing confidential files on personal devices or sending documents to their personal emails rather than work emails.
One of London's most prestigious universities is fighting off a ransomware infection, according to its information security team.
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.
Gloucester City Council must pay £100,000 to the Information Commissioner after it fell victim to the HeartBleed vulnerability, months after it had been patched.
Authorities in China have unmasked a massive underground market where Apple contractors were selling user data of Apple's Chinese customers.
Hackers on Tuesday publicly posted more than 25,000 files and private images stolen from a Lithuanian plastic surgery clinic
A Russian accused by the FBI of hacking into a number of US companies is a step closer to extradition from the Czech Republic.
Kromtech researcher finds massive database of account credentials collated and curated from previously published data breaches.
Two-thirds of the UK public have lost trust in or even boycotted businesses that mishandle data.
Intrusions by hackers are all but inevitable, but Matt Little says organisations can minimise the damage from a breach by encrypting their proprietary information and customer data.
The clothing retailer has had payment card malware harvesting customer details for nearly a year.
Despite most UK and US businesses reporting cyber-security breaches in the last year, large numbers of them overestimate their readiness to fight breaches.
Jon Lucas explores the security features that organisations should look for when entrusting their data to managed service providers.
The users of Guardian Soulmates have gotten the Ashley Madison treatment as an exposure of user data has led to a series of users receiving lascivious spam emails.
The Flowers website of Debenhams, the UK's largest department store chain (in outlet numbers), was hit with a breach.
"Could've been China, could've been a lot of different groups," the US president said.