Cybersecurity News, Articles and Updates
Local authorities hold sensitive and private information about all of us that we wouldn't want getting into the hands of the wrong people.
Officials are confident that defensive measures have blocked the cyber paths that Russian hackers have been using to steal emails.
An independent researcher found gaping holes GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump's own email servers.
Get Safe Online is urging businesses to better train staff to spot the signs of fraud, as Action Fraud reports a 22 percent increase in crimes reported in the last year.
A recent study found that security teams should stay vigilant to ensure open-source software is secure.
Keith Lowry took time on a trip to Australia to warn that background checks do not make the cut when trying to stop insider threats.
IDC analysts are forecasting that by the year 2020, spending on security products will hit US$100 billion.
A recent study has found millennials and younger people are taking more of an interest in cybersecurity as a career.
CE2016, the fourth in a semi-annual series of pan-European cyber-security exercises organised by ENISA, has concluded today, bringing to a close six months of activity.
Symantec researchers noted an uptick in phishing email attacks using malicious WSF attachments to infect users with ransomware.
An FOI disclosure from the NHS has shown nearly 30 NHS trusts to be the victims of ransomware attacks in the past 12 months.
HTML/FakeAlert, bogus web pages named by ESET, are showing made-up, fake alert messages usually about dummy virus infections, which if true, would harm the computer or affect users' data.
Ministers have been banned from wearing Apple watches - and presumably any other sort of 'smart' watch or device - during Cabinet meetings in an overabundance of caution over hacking attacks.
As the number of data breaches increases a recent study found that execs and board members should be more involved in data breach planning.
New study found UK consumers use fewer mobile apps out of cybersecurity concerns.
An unusual glitch is reportedly affecting Apple customers that recently purchased new iPhones private browsing flaw in iOS 10 isn't as bad as it seems.
Researchers at Symantec's Norton division found that Turkey has the largest number of "bot" infections with one bot for every 1,139 internet users.
SANS Institute researchers are calling on system admins to do their part in securing connected devices.
Cyber-Security Month kicked off this morning with the SecuritySerious conference, with a group of information security professionals gathering to discuss pertinent IT security issues.
A new report by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCD COE) has shown a comprehensive overview of the evolving Chinese cyber-structures.
For some time women have been underrepresented in technology, but a new programme seeks to change that by connecting women in technology.
The Android.Lockerscreen ransomware is now using pseudorandom numbers and other tactics to prevent victims from unlocking devices without paying.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) quizzed newly appointed federal CIO Gen. Greg Touhill on why the General Accounting Office's cybersecurity recommendations have not implemented.
Over three-quarters (77 percent) of IT decision makers worldwide are now more concerned about the impact of data hoarding than they were a year ago.
Nearly all (86 percent) over-55s don't believe that they're targets for cyber-criminals.
Malwarebytes researchers spotted a large malvertising campaign delivering the RIG exploit kit on popular sites including answers(dot)com.
Yahoo is facing both legal and congressional action in the form of multiple class-action lawsuits and one senators call for a congressional probe.
While it might not include the Death Star cyber warfare among the stars is almost inevitable.
The number of malicious apps leveraging top UK brands has grown by 130 percent year on year.