Online retailers battling with fraud prevention are losing out on genuine sales by treating their customers like criminals, according to a new report by ThreatMetrix.
Archives - March 2015
Today is World Backup Day, and it goes without saying that backing up data is a thoroughly sensible thing to routinely get into the habit of doing.
Queen Elizabeth has been consulting one of the United Kingdom's most prominent cybersecurity experts, leading to speculation the Royal Family may be seeking protection from hackers and spies.
A common email mistake accidentally disclosed passport and visa details of 31 world leaders attending the G20 summit in Australia, the BBC reports.
Thousands of British Airways frequent flyer accounts have been breached by hackers, reports ZDNet.
A Carnegie Mellon University study has discovered that a selection of Android apps collect location data on their users on average every three minutes, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The voting system used by the Eurovision Song Contest was briefly forced offline after a suspected cyberattack caused an "extreme" surge in activity,.
ESET's Mark James on the issues employees have with business security measures, and how to counter the difficulties without compromising safety.
Point of Sale credit card terminals are under threat from a new malware named PoSeidon, thought to be more dangerous than the Zeus exploit kit that was used to steal millions of card details from Target customers.
A hacker has discovered that the openness of Tinder's API allowed him to set up unknowing men via a fake female profile they both believed that they were talking to.
The Irish government's Freedom of Information (FOI) website has been targeted by hackers claiming to be connected to the ISIS terror group.
The House of Representatives Intelligence Committee has introduced a new threat sharing bill designed to let businesses share details of security treats without fear of litigation, reports Gizmodo.
Canada has been using an array of cyberweapons to gather intelligence, spy on other governments and damage adversary infrastructure, says a new report.
Nearly 40 percent of large companies - including a significant number in the Fortune 500 - are not taking necessary precautions to secure the apps that they're providing their customers.
Twitch has backed down on its attempts to force stronger password complexity on its site post-hacking, after multiple complaints from its userbase.
5 hacker movies that got computer security well off the mark.
Security researchers discovered a vulnerability on the Hilton HHonors website, making it straightforward to hijack any other user's account.
A vulnerability has been detected in the BIOS chips found in millions of computers which could leave users open to hacking.
A vulnerability in Cisco's SPA300 and SPA500 IP phones could allow hackers to eavesdrop on private conversations from anywhere in the world, reports The Register.
Many UK businesses are unequipped to respond to potential data breaches, according to two new independent reports published this week.