Two men were convicted in the UK for the 2015 TalkTalk breach after admitting their part in the attack that affected 160,000 customers.
In Case You Missed It: UK threat grows says NCSC, TalkTalk customers report fraud calls, HSBC customers being phished, NHS Wales breached, and the latest Web browser exploits.
ISPs urged to issue customers with new, more secure routers after security patch fails to fix flaw that would enable hackers to steal device credentials.
Due to its poor data security, which led to the theft of the personal data of over 150,000 customers last year, TalkTalk has been fined £400,000 by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO).
The latest In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) recalls GDPR ignorance, ICO somnolence, GCHQ song and dance, Guccifer arrogance and the many cases of basic lack of vigilance.
TalkTalk confirms that firm does not use TeamViewer, while TeamViewer confirms position of innocence -- problem still exists, move your mouse if you're in a panic.
TalkTalk's CEO puts a brave face on the fallout from the cyber-attack in October but the profit figures and customer losses paint a different picture.
TalkTalk has revealed that the October data breach has cost the firm up to £60m, resulting in the loss of over 100K customers.
The TalkTalk breach was not an isolated incident says Clayton Locke who advises companies on the need to monitor user-behaviour for inconsistencies.
A massive breach has hit kid's toy company, Vtech, and the details of millions of parents, and children, have been stolen.
Steve Armstrong considers why breaches like TalkTalk continue to occur and notes how the associated costs exceed the cost of encryption, testing and more secure coding.