Differential privacy is going to be key to how Apple collects, stores and uses data, the tech giant revealed during its Worldwide Developers Conference.
The majority of IT professionals say they are not confident in their ability to keep their organization’s data secure following a breach, a Gemalto study has found.
The University of Calgary has handed over $20,000 CND to cybercriminals, who had launched a ransomware attack on the institution.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the US has relaunched its Get Transcript online service, which it says is delivers enhanced cybersecurity.
The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has issued a public service announcement warning people about online fraudsters, who are attempting to exploit a recent spate of data breaches that have only just come to light.
Myspace has revealed that it was the victim of a data breach. The incident took place a few years ago and is thought to have affected close to 360 million accounts.
Decision makers at banks are in the dark when it comes to data breaches at their organization, according to KPMG’s 2016 Banking Outlook Survey.
The financial industry needs to come together to better understand the threat of cybercrime, according to an expert.
Following a spate of recent incidents involving some of its customers, SWIFT has announced new measures it is looking to implement to keep cyberattacks at bay.
An 18-year-old man has been charged by British police in connection with an internet attack that saw Mumsnet hacked, users’ accounts breached, passwords stolen, and the site blasted offline.
Financial institutions need to put cybersecurity at the top of their agenda, according to a new report titled Cyber and the City.
Welcome to this week’s security review, which includes ESET releasing a new decryptor for TeslaCrypt ransomware, new revelations about a 2012 LinkedIn data breach and expert insight into Operation Groundbait.
Over 117 million emails and passwords belonging to LinkedIn members have been put online for sale, it has been revealed.
Metadata that is generated through phone calls discloses a significant amount of personal information, a new study from Stanford University in the US has found.
Many Android apps in Google Play are still not following best practice when it comes to authentication and authorization.