Graham Cluley is an award-winning security blogger, researcher and public speaker. He has been working in the computer security industry since the early 1990s, having been employed by companies such as Sophos, McAfee and Dr Solomon’s. He has given talks about computer security for some of the world’s largest companies, worked with law enforcement agencies on investigations into hacking groups, and regularly appears on TV and radio explaining computer security threats.
In 2011 he was inducted into the InfoSecurity Europe Hall of Fame.
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A US government probe into claims that certain heart implants are vulnerable to hacking attacks, has resulted in emergency security patches being issued for devices that cardiac patients have in their homes.
It has not been a good year for the internet of things, security-wise.
The latest IoT devices found vulnerable to trivial exploitation? Netgear routers.
Malicious code could have been used to compromise an account, forward messages to an external account, or even spread a Yahoo Mail-infecting virus.
Alonzo Knowles was sentenced to five years in prison after being found guilty in a separate case involving the hacking of female celebrities’ online accounts
Users are warned to be on the look out for spam emails and reminded to never re-use passwords, as popular video-watching site suffers a data breach.
As many as 900,000 Deutsche Telekom customers were knocked offline on Sunday and Monday as an attempt was made to hijack broadband routers into a botnet.
Hackers broke into the MailChimp accounts of some businesses, and send out malicious invoice emails to subscribers… but that doesn’t mean that MailChimp suffered a serious security breach.
Once again, two-factor authentication could have saved users’ bacon.
Your business’s CCTV camera could be coughing up your admin passwords. Patch now, or regret later.
At least 50 celebrity Apple iCloud accounts and 72 Gmail inboxes were broken into by 36-year old Ryan Collins, whose victims included Jennifer Lawrence, Kirsten Dunst, Avril Lavigne, Kate Hudson, and Rihanna.
ESET’s threat analysts have taken a closer look at the software used by Sednit to spy on its targets and steal confidential information.
Chinese firm says it will recall vulnerable components, but as long as insecure devices continue to be attached to the internet, there will be opportunities for malicious hackers to exploit them and use them for their own ends.
Security researchers at ESET have released their latest research into the notorious and highly experienced Sednit cyberespionage group.
Need some more help choosing an inane conversation topic with your online friends? Don’t panic! Facebook appears keen to help you. But is its behaviour bordering on creepy?
The Animas OneTouch Ping insulin pump contains vulnerabilities that could be exploited by a malicious attacker to remotely trigger an insulin injection.
Pippa Middleton is the latest in a long line of celebrities to have her online accounts broken into by criminals, and private photographs stolen.
Have you properly secured your iCloud account?
More than 800,000 usernames, email addresses, and birth dates are thought to have been stolen by hackers from online forums run by Epic Games.
If you try to visit the NSA’s website right now, you’re in for a big disappointment.
Don’t rest on your laurels. Patch your vulnerable computer systems now.
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