Cybersecurity News, Articles and Updates
NYU scientists designed a new form of application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) designed to spot hidden vulnerabilities in microchips.
The NATO Information Assurance and Cyber Defence Symposium (NIAS) in Mons is expected to outline the alliance's vision and plans to boost capabilities including cyber-security expenditure priorities.
The government of Singapore is to shut off access to the internet of government agencies in an effort to preempt a cyber-attack or a data breach.
Freedom of Information requests filed by security company SentinelOne have shown that ransomware attacks appear to be rife within the UK higher education sector.
GTAGaming, a fan forum for the popular game "Grad Theft Auto," was hacked, compromising the data on nearly 200,000 users.
Spending big bucks is not always necessary for corporations to put a decent cybersecurity program in place.
Visiting a 'forbidden' website is now punishable with a three-year jail term in India - even without downloading anything. NordVPN predicts a surge of VPN subscriptions in India by Internet users to protect online freedom.
Russian banks will be faced with a whole range of new regulations, and penalties for non-compliance, when it comes to cyber-security, according to the country's Central Bank
France and Germany discuss 'tapping' encrypted end-to-end networks such as WhatsApp and Skype
A team of researchers developed a new method to leak information from air-gapped computers using intrinsic covert noises emitted from the device's hard drive.
Aries Security researchers' "video-jacking" attack highlight yet another attack vector to consider when charging phone in unfamiliar locations.
Major partners in the controversial nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point have been accused in American courts of attempting to steal US nuclear technology.
The infamy of Donald Trump is being leveraged by canny cyber-criminals for everything from spam to credential phishing.
With nearly a quarter of ID fraud victims being savvy users of mobile and social media platforms in the UK last year, regular device updates nor computer literacy are stopping users from engaging in harmful online behaviour.
A high-severity preauthorization SSRF vulnerability in vBulletin forum software allows an unauthenticated attacker to perform a port scan of internal services and execute arbitrary system commands.
A group of researchers discovered a Linux bug which could allow serious hijacking attacks against the USA Today website and other popular sites.
The large majority of London police computers are apparently still using the 14-year-old Windows XP operating system and jeopardising security
The Israeli Knesset waits on the passage of a bill which would see the amalgamation of Israel's cyber-defences into one central authority
A new APT group has emerged on the Indian subcontinent, identified by ForcePoint as 'Monsoon'
Nic Scott has been appointed to managing director for the UK and Ireland at Code42.
Nearly 100 million Volkswagen vehicles are affected by a vulnerability that would allow an attacker to remotely and discretely unlock a car without a key.
Google and the NYU conducted a yearlong study into the business practices of those who pay vendors to install unwanted software in their install bundles.
Even after quelling the initial privacy issues that arose from the launch of Pokemon Go, Niantic Labs CEO John Hanke has a spotted history
Estonia power company joins European network for cyber-security to improve its cyber-resilience.
Experts say that government concerns over cyber-security at the new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point are misdirected and that the Chinese are not the real worry.
Adobe Experience Manager received a "hotfix" to patch four vulnerabilities that could allow cross scripting attacks.
IOActive researchers found that half of the cyber vulnerabilities in connected vehicles could grant an attacker full or partial control of a vehicle.
Venture capitalist investments in cybersecurity firms have seen a 235 percent growth rate over the past five years as cyberthreats increase.
Over the past two years, three out of every four organisations have been hit by the loss or theft of important data.
Davina Pujari, Shaun Bridges third lawyer since he began his appeals process in December 2015, filed a motion to withdraw as counsel on appeal.
SC Magazine Articles
- Industry pros react to Cisco, Fortinet advisories after possible Snowden NSA leak
- USAA members hit with multiple phishing attacks
- Trust exercise: Symantec's new website security expert is reaching out to hacker community
- WikiLeaks postings of Turkish emails included active links to malware
- U.S. government extends offer to protect states from electoral cyberthreats
- Microsoft Office 365 hit with massive Cerber ransomware attack, report
- CEO sacked after aircraft company grounded by whaling attack
- Microsoft warns of new, self-propagating ransomware in the wild
- Wendy's POS breach 'considerably' bigger than first thought
- The media becomes the story as hackers focus efforts on news organizations
- Researchers quell Wildfire ransomware with decryption key
- M&A deals bring added cybersecurity risks
- Twitoor first Android malware known to leverage Twitter for command and control
- Juniper confirms leaked "NSA exploits" affect its firewalls, no patch released yet