The Metropolitan Police have reportedly lobbied for two years to enact the standard.
The man accused of creating Silk Road - a black market existing on the Deep Web and accessible through the Tor network - is facing new charges from federal prosecutors.
A spam campaign involving the Carbon Grabber crimeware kit is ongoing against the automotive industry in Europe, according to Symantec.
A piece of ransomware known as ZeroLocker contains various errors that may prevent files from being decrypted even if the ransom is paid.
Although the number of rogue anti-virus malware campaigns have decreased overall, the threat isn't totally gone, according to researchers at Microsoft.
GMR Transcription Services in California agreed to settle FTC charges related to its security practices.
More than 12,000 messages have been sent to more than 400 companies as part of a phishing campaign targeting users of Bitcoin wallet Blockchain.info.
Eight months after the enactment of a new California privacy law, AOL clarified that it does not respond to web browsers' "Do Not Track" requests.
Following a major breach at the hospital provider, security experts analyzed its network and discovered malware infections dating back to January.
A recent study found that the number of attacks during the two conferences increased to about 130 times the usual amount.