From an outbreak of malicious spyware to the UK’s bill on investigatory powers, here’s our comprehensive breakdown of cybersecurity news from the past week.
The UK government should make ‘malicious data breaches’ a criminal offence, according to a new report from the Science and Technology Committee.
ESET has seen a rise in malware developed using scripting languages. We can understand the threats better by isolating them in a dynamic analysis environment.
More and more business decision makers in the UK consider cyberattacks to be the greatest threat to their enterprise, according to a new study.
The UK’s Intelligence and Security Committee has deemed the latest Draft Investigatory Powers Bill as a “missed opportunity”, according to its latest report.
There is no such thing as a free lunch, and even if there was… who likes airline food that much anyway?
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.
Almost a year ago we warned about the spreading of Remtasu, and far from lessening, we have been able to identify numerous instances of this threat being propagated further.
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.
Two major cyberattacks have siphoned over $50 million and nearly $80 million from a Belgian bank and an Austrian aircraft parts manufacturer, respectively. They were both victim to a scam known as Business Email Compromise.