Highlights from the past seven days in information security include porn clicker trojans at Google Play, digital childhoods and the security/privacy debate.
Theft of identities along with personal information still accounts for the majority of data breaches, a new global survey by Gemalto has found.
We are slowly seeing the industrialization of cybercrime according to an expert. Dr. Adrian Nish, head of cyber threat intelligence at BAE Systems, said that cybercriminals are becoming more “professionalized”.
Highlights from the past seven days in information security include the state of security in companies in the EMEA region and advice on support scams.
Cybercrime is costing the global economy up to $450 billion annually, a new report by Hamilton Place Strategies reveals.
The hacktivist group Anonymous has released close to 18GB worth of sensitive data from Turkey’s national police database, according to reports.
VTech has relaunched its online service Learning Lodge, but appears to have shirked responsibility regarding future data breaches.
The UK government should make ‘malicious data breaches’ a criminal offence, according to a new report from the Science and Technology Committee.
More and more business decision makers in the UK consider cyberattacks to be the greatest threat to their enterprise, according to a new study.
A new e-learning tool has been launched in the UK to help HR professionals effectively deal with cybersecurity issues in the British workplace.
A 17-year-old student in America has been arrested and charged with illegally accessing government computers, months after the data breach took place.
Highlights from the past seven days in information security include encryption insights, Android updates, Facebook at 12 and a data breach at UCF in the US.
The European Commission and the US have agreed on a landmark new deal that will seek to boost the security of ‘transatlantic data flows’, it has been revealed.
American consumers are more concerned about not knowing how their personal data are collected online than they are about losing their main source of income, new research has found.