Consumers in the UK would be happy to share their DNA if it would help secure their financial and personal information, according to a new report.
Archives - June 2015
The St. Louis Cardinals, one the United States's top major league baseball teams, is being investigated for allegedly hacking into the computer systems of sporting rivals.
Potentially 600m Samsung Galaxy phones are at risk of malicious compromise after a new exploit was discovered by a security researcher.
The 28 EU member states have taken a significant step towards a historic overhaul of EU-wide data protection laws, first proposed three years ago.
Popular online password vault provider LastPass has warned users to update their master account passwords after their network was hacked.
Much ink has been spilt about the shortage of people trained in information security – especially the lack of women in the industry. Lysa Myers discusses.
A flaw in taxi cab network Uber’s site allowed a security researcher to manipulate the firms home page and display a rival advert, it has been claimed.
Wikimedia has announced that all of its web properties – including the enormously popular crowd-sourced dictionary Wikipedia – will now use HTTPS encryption by default.
A security researcher has highlighted an iOS bug that makes it easier for hackers to to steal iCloud passwords.
Snapchat has added an option for two-factor authentication in its latest update, followed in the footsteps of Apple, Twitter and Facebook.
The FBI has seized a computer, cellphones and storage devices belonging to a Chicago man thought to be responsible for last year's iCloud hacks.
Europol's European Cybercrime Centre has arrested 49 suspects in a joint international operation targeting the takedown of a major cybercrime ring.
Credit Unions lost a lot of money due to recent breaches, so financial institutions are eager to see merchants held to higher standards for data security.
A new survey has estimated that British businesses spend around £34bn a year ($52.5bn) protecting the country from cyberattacks,
Around half of IT security leaders said that budgets will significantly increase (19%) or increase (31%) over the next two years, finds a new report.
Hackers, supportive of the Assad regime in Syria, have successfully compromised content displayed on the US Army's website, popping up messages to visitors
United States Representative Katherine Clark is hoping to provide more support for victims of online abuse with a new bill offering resources and education.
Garage doors may be vulnerable to being opened remotely by hackers using little more than a children's toy, a security researcher has proven this week.
Four million federal employees have had their personal data stolen from the Office of Personnel Management, according to a statement on its website.
What is cyber insurance, and is it worth considering to protect your business?