Machine learning alone is not enough to protect endpoints and predicting an attacker’s next moves. Other security solutions and human input are needed.
Russian hacker receives the longest sentence ever handed down for hacking-related charges in the United States.
A new report suggests young cybercriminals are often motivated by the possibility of notoriety, rather than financial gain.
Nearly half of all UK businesses have experienced a cybersecurity incident over the last 12 months, according to a new government paper.
The InterContinental Hotels Group says the implementation of its SPS system helped to minimize the damage caused by a recent data breach.
Machine learning (ML) is routinely cited by post-truth vendors as their biggest selling point, their main advantage. But ML – if it’s done properly – comes with problems and limitations.
Only 11% of positions in the global cybersecurity workforce are occupied by women. We take a look at why and what is being done to change this.
The Internet Society says that current perceptions of data encryption are misguided and need to change for the sake of the digital economy.
There is no magic in machine learning. It’s a field of computer science that gives computers the ability to find patterns in huge amounts of data.
A smartphone’s internal sensors may provide cybercriminals with enough information to be able to guess a user PINs and passwords, according to new research by Newcastle University in the UK.
There’s no doubt that a life of cybercrime can earn its most successful overlords a considerable amount of money, but you will always have to live with the fear that you could be apprehended and – if convicted – spend years in prison.
With the recent big screen adaptation of Ghost in the Shell, we thought it would be a good idea to review some of the cybersecurity themes it explores.
ESET’s Lysa Myers discusses the challenges facing healthcare technology, medical and fitness devices and highlights the need to secure medical devices