The U.S. Supreme Court hears a case that could determine determine requirements of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA).
Trend Micro's new report has shown that Chinese Cyber-criminals are selling SEO services on Apple's App store.
A suspected Russian hacker claiming to have stolen 1.2 billion unique email and password combinations is being pursued by the FBI.
A breach at Hong Kong-based toymaker VTech has affected nearly five million and prompted some to rank it the fourth biggest breach to date.
The Yale Home System (Europe) Android application vulnerable to a man-in-the-middle attack due to TLS errors .
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Google has released a report on all the data it has removed from its search results, after the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled last May that users have the 'right to be forgotten'.
The Internet of Things is one of the world's fastest growing technologies. Unfortunately, it is also poised to become the fastest growing source of security vulnerabilities in the enterprise - but it doesn't have to be that way.
The latest cyber attack, a breach compromising the data of up to four million of Talk-Talk's loyal customers, is yet another in a growing line of pernicious cyber attacks against corporate infrastructure.
There are legal issues and technical vulnerabilties aound the use of fingerprint scanners on mobiles, hence, Anthony Neary says, it is vital to have a mix of solutions which enable maximum possible security.
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- Supreme Court hears first appeals case for exec convicted under CFAA
- Black SEO offered to cyber-criminals
- FBI investigates Russian hacker that stole billions of login credentials
- 5M affected in VTech breach; security concerns raised with popular holiday items
- Internet of malicious things: Yale home automation vulnerable