UK councils are suffering from a lack of training in the face of a vast number of cyber attacks, averaging 37 attacks per minute, according to a new report.
The total number of reported vulnerabilities in Microsoft's software products, including those in the new Windows 10 operating system, rose over two-fold in the last four years and critical vulnerabilities rose by 60 percent.
The DHS and FBI on Tuesday jointly released two new reports analysing trojan malware attributed to Hidden Cobra, aka Lazarus Group -- a threat actor widely believed to be sponsored by the North Korean government.
While the use of HTTPS encryption is on the rise, the same is unfortunately true of attackers using it to mask their operations, according to a new report.
Hackers are increasingly turning to server-side attacks, according to a new report. Report notes fall in use of client-side exploit kits.
The new Monero miner Smominru is active in the wild using the EternalBlue exploit to spread, according to a new report.
As fraud rises, a new report has revealed that biometric-based authentication is set to become more prevalent in the UK.
Government report says seven in ten large companies identified a breach or attack with firms holding personal data more likely to be attacked primarily by fraudulent emails, followed by viruses and malware.
Amnesty has claimed its new report aims to give a bird's eye view of the national security landscape in Europe. "It shows just how widespread and deep the 'securitisation' of Europe has become since 2014," it said.
A new report by security company Digital Shadows claims that the release of the source code to the Mirai botnet is a godsend for cyber-extortionists who are looking to make a quick buck from the readily available malware.
Five-step approach identified by The Internet Society to address data breaches and increase online trust as it claims online trust is lower than ever before.
Cyber-crime growth is accelerating. Rob Wainwright reports how Europol's 2016 Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment identifies an expanding cyber-criminal economy exploiting our increasingly Internet-enabled lives.
A report by the Australian Cyber-Security Centre says that the misuse and over-hyping of cyber-security terms has hampered the public's ability to understand cyber-security issues.
A breach isn't quite as big a deal as we've been told. That is if the findings of a new report are to be believed. Authored by Sasha Romanosky, a policy researcher at the RAND Corporation, the report undercuts one of the great cliches of the cyber-security industry: that breaches are expensive.
The IOCCO's annual report has revealed how throughout 2015, the security services made 1,119 mistakes in the interception of communications data which led to 17 wrongful arrests.
New research from security company Trend Micro shows ransomware victims are paying up, despite remaining defiant to fight it as much as possible.
Watchdog groups Privacy International and Transparency Toolkit today launched their new Surveillance Industry Index (SSI), which contains data on 528 companies that supply surveillance technology to governments and corporations.
The NCA has issued a report in cooperation with industry partners, in which they admit they are falling behind the cyber-criminals but the report has been criticised for containing little information that is new or useful.
Online gaming can become a gateway into cyber-criminality for vulnerable young people, according to a report from CREST and the NCA which recommends strategies for diverting gamers into more socially useful activities.
As UK government vows to boost cyber-defences, its own research finds majority of successful attacks could have been prevented by adopting Cyber Essentials.
The Dell Data Security Report found that 82 percent of IT and business decision makers surveyed have tried to limit employee access to data across their locations,
Health care bodies appear to have a focus on protecting patient data, often forgetting to protect themselves from other more serious attacks, a new report has shown.
Report finds that firms are paying hush money to prevent data being dumped on the internet, according to FireEye Mandiant's M-Trends report.
As the financial world begins to look more stable, 46% of bankers worry about cyber-threats