Gérard Collomb Ministre de l'Intérieur de France: France is currently developing its five year strategy to fight cyber-crime on a large scale. The new ambition is to protect France. 800 extra police dedicated to cyber. Increased spend.
At the 10th Forum International de la Cybersecurite in Lille, France, this week the key themes were cooperation and resilience - with the former - pan-European, global, cross sector, public and private, to achieve the latter.
Cyber-crime players are not stupid, which is probably why they are dumping Bitcoin and going with the smart(er) money...
IT decision makers across Europe are worried about how many organisations can access their personal data and have low levels of trust in the IT security capabilities of their industry peers.
At the Tallinn Digital Summit, UK Prime Minster Theresa May calls for greater global cooperation to tackle the growing threat of hostile cyber-activity; Norway announces it is joining Nato CCD COE
The challenges facing the central and eastern Europe (CEE) region are revealed in these three video interviews with speakers at CYBERSEC 2016 in Krakow, Poland last week.
The Lithuanian government has officially launched the country's National Cyber-Security Centre (NKSC) amid increased efforts by Eastern European countries to protect themselves against potential cyber-attacks.
An EU cyber-security body calls for harmonised method of determining losses from rampant cyber-crime, but struggles to even measure it
Customers are at risk of marketers using the data to approach them with unsolicited offers.
IBM's X-Force reported today the actors behind the hybrid GozNym banking trojan have released a new configuration that is targeting European banks.
A strain of malicious code written entirely in Python, dubbed PWOBot, has been discovered infecting a number of organisations based in Europe, specifically in Poland.
European cookie law might sound delicious but it's being hijacked by cyber-criminals
The eight start-ups that are participating in Cyber London's second programme have been announced today at a private event in the Cyber London offices in West London.
EU infosec body broadens remit with funding into car, healthcare and airport IT security research.
Take steps now to protect your data ahead of changes to the General Data Protection Regulations in Europe, says Andy Hardy.
Less stick more carrot: EU relaxation of Data Protection Regulation reform is a positive development, says James Henry.
Recent research suggests European business are very concerned about the security and transparency of cloud services, which they blame for increased data breaches.
A complex variant of the MiniDuke malware - first seen almost 18 months ago and which targets NATO and other European government IT systems - has been spotted.
European satellite and aerospace companies have been targeted by yet another Chinese military hacker group intent on stealing trade secrets, according to cyber security firm CrowdStrike.
The Molerats cyber-criminal gang has returned and is targeting various European governments, a US financial institution and the BBC with readily available remote access Trojans (RATs).
Law enforcement agencies in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia have been praised after they worked together to arrest almost 100 hackers - including 17 from the UK - allegedly associated with the Blackshades Remote Access Trojan.
The European Parliament approved a draft law on data protection on Wednesday, but the mooted changes are still to win universal approval from all in the infosec community.
Respected security researcher Nart Villeneuve has controversially declared that Eastern European cyber criminal gangs - responsible for the recent attacks on Target and other major retailers - are relatively safe from arrest and prosecution.
Pan-European cyber crime fighting agency EC3 has been hailed after Polish police arrested five Bulgarians accused of electronic payment card fraud targeting mainly UK citizens.