Organizations need to better understand how “ruthless and efficient” cybercriminals are, according to a new report from BT and KPMG.
A 28 year-old Chicago man has pleaded guilty to using phishing scams to illegally access more than 300 iCloud and Gmail accounts, around 30 of which belonged to celebrities.
Welcome to this week’s security review, including a closer look at cash machine security as ATMs turn 49 years old.
Fansmitter, a new malware with the capability to extract data from air-gapped computers, has been developed by scientists in Israel.
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas has experienced a data breach. Its investigation found unauthorized access to its payment card environment.
Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai is the latest public figure to have his online accounts hijacked by OurMine.
Welcome to this week’s security review, which includes an in-depth discussion of the most common reasons for corporate data loss.
The seriousness of cyberattacks is such that it should be included in international humanitarian law, a new report from the Global Commission on Internet Governance has said.
Individuals convicted of unlawfully obtaining or selling personal data should serve up to two years in prison, according to a new report from the UK’s culture, media and sports committee.
Welcome to this week’s security review, which includes detail on the evolution of Nemucod and thoughts on Windows 10 one year on from its launch.
Nato has acknowledged that cyberspace is now an operational domain of warfare, along with air, sea and land.
Organizations need to take charge of their cybersecurity efforts to ensure they are well-equipped to deal with this growing threat.
VerticalScope has experienced a major data breach, with cybercriminals making off with over 45 million records belonging to over 1,100 websites, it has been reported.
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.