China launched an orbital carrier rocket early Tuesday morning carrying the 'Micius' satellite, believed to be the world's first quantum satellite.
AVG malware analyst Jakub Kroustek discovered an unfinished version of a new strain of ransomware, dubbed Hitler-Ransomware.
Global citizens are collectively torn as to whether or not hacktivists constitute a public nuisance, or actually benefit society, according to a new survey.
A survey charting the priorities of information security professionals found a shift in enterprise companies' approach to private and public cloud infrastructure.
Researchers at Princeton University's Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) found security vulnerabilities in many of the most popular IoT devices that they looked at, including Google's Nest Thermostat.
As quickly as researchers discover ways to remove and block Remote Access Trojans used for spying on mobile devices and computers, hackers are creating new spyware strains from previously discovered malware - and they are developing more advanced capabilities than the original malware.
A new study investigating how IT security professionals assess and mitigate cyber-security risks showed much room for improvement.
A bypass in the multimedia and software platform Flash, which Adobe said it patched in its last security update, has reappeared.
Spending on the outsourcing of IT functions is rising, according to a new report from Computer Economics.
With online voting in the UK yet to reach its full potential for the forthcoming election, many still doubt the security of systems claiming to be robust enough for a full, nationwide online vote.
SC Magazine's salary survey shows that in response to the current skills shortages, the money is rolling in for information security professionals.
The responses of global practitioners were compared with Global 1000 security execs, which provided a best practices benchmark.
A KPMG survey found that over half of UK companies would seriously consider hiring ex-hackers or convicted criminals to plug their skills gap
BadUSB malware could be used to manipulate industrial systems, says one security researcher.
Cyber-crime figures are a dime or dozen but are they really improving your security, asks Ken Munro.
A team of Dutch scientists is proposing a new security system for credit cards and passports which uses the power of quantum physics - and which is apparently 'impossible to hack'.
A new study reveals that anti-malware solutions are not as good as first thought, with most unable to detect new 'in the wild' malware. But some of the vendors in question have hit back.
This week's In Case You Missed It looks at the latest cyber-terrorism claims, former hackers in enterprises and issues to be dealt with in the supply chain.
New research claims that the security threats landscape is now almost egalitarian in nature, with almost every industry - and every company - now being a security target.
Attacks on Apple iOS devices are rising sharply, with 87 percent of the top 100 paid-for iOS apps now having been cracked and cloned - up from just 53 percent in 2013, according to a new report.