A Swiss hacking group has reportedly claimed credit for using a hijacked email domain to bombard schools around the US with fake threats of violence.
Exploitation of kernel flaws, more mobile attacks, more rogue nation attacks, and increased use of WiFi 'evil twin' networks predicted for 2018 according to Gary Griffiths.
Graham Carberry provides insight into why Britain is one of the biggest targets of cyber-attack worldwide and the technological developments they are seeing come from innovative security businesses
Sam Hutton says that as the rapidly growing menace of cyber-crime climbs the corporate agenda, it is increasingly recognised that the only genuine answer to such a severe threat lies in innovation.
Robert M. Lee, CEO of Dragos Security, says that not enough information sharing happens in ICS industry, because of this the threats to ICSs are largely unknown.
A new report from analytics firm Neustar has brought to light the amount of companies around the world who have suffered a DDoS attack, and how they are working to mitigate them.
The most recent SC Roundtable, looking at the cyber threat landscape, drew around 20 delegates from the information security industry to a breakfast meeting at the Royal Exchange in London.
Dr Joanna Świątkowska says that a comprehensive, multi-dimensional strategy in necessary for cyber-defence, and for Poland, the need for national defence is an opportunity to build an export business in cyber-security.
Paul Bischoff, security and privacy advocate for Comparitech.com is warning website owners who use the Simple Share Buttons plugin for WordPress that clicking to "accept" the terms and conditions of the latest update could allow their websites to subject users to threats.
An alarming 36 percent of businesses have yet to develop a cyber-attack response plan.
Eighty-nine percent of UK organisations feel somewhat or more vulnerable than they have been in the past to internal and external threats to sensitive data.
Richard Nichols, RSA's head of EMEA strategy compared playing the violin to conducting an effective security strategy, to encourage businesses to harmonise security strategy and promote greater visibility of threats on the business.
Over half (51 percent) of senior decision-makers in large businesses are kept awake at night due to the threat of a data breach caused by a cyber-attack.
The third annual THINK™ Charity conference of the Charities Security Forum will be taking place in May.
Every fourth company risks losing access to business-critical systems that result in financial losses and reputational damage, all since there is no anti-DDoS protection in place.
Growing technological change is a double-edged sword for CEOs in technology, media and entertainment and telecoms (communications) as concerns over skills and cyber-security risks continue to bring them down.
The Oxford Research Group has cautioned that commercial drones serve as terrorist threats and that new laws should confine what they have the capacity to carry.
Generation Z, the internet generation, brings its own devices, but also its own apps and approach into the enterprise; Diana Wong explains how we must adapt our security to recognise and cater for this change.
Simon Moor, UK regional director for Check Point gives his security predictions for the coming year, featuring Scada, IoT and wearable attacks increasing but most problems still due to software vulnerabilities unpatched.
Every year businesses increase their spending on cyber-security protection in order to keep their organisations, data, and users safe.
London employment partner Pulina Whitaker examines the recent data leaks, current legislation, and ways in which companies can protect themselves.
Only 37 percent of respondents in small to medium size businesses felt that their organisation was fit to manage IT security, according to a recent survey.
Some 69 percent of users would bypass security controls so they could win business.
Protecting oneself online has become of utmost importance in Scotland with people advised to take action by the Scottish government, which has introduced a plan for businesses and individuals to remain safe online.
When it comes to what security professionals need to do to protect their organisations not much has changed in a couple of decades, though perimeters have all but dissolved and the timeframe for taking action has become more compressed, according to members of a Tuesday panel at SC Congress in Chicago.
What's lacking in many organisations' cyber-defences is cyber-situational-awareness that provides a more holistic and specific view of threats and vulnerabilities relevant to your organisation says Alastair Paterson.
Research by ESET claims that UK workers show a lack of cyber-awareness, with many unable to identify common internet security terms which puts them at risk from hackers.
Based on global trends, global security strategist and threat researcher, David Manky from Fortinet, has encouraged local IT personnel and policymakers in Jamaica to begin putting the threat of cyber-attacks higher on the nation's agenda.