SC StaffJuly 31, 2017
SC StaffJuly 26, 2017
There are four million 3G-capable mobile devices in North Korea, but only the small group of the most senior leaders and ruling elite are granted direct access to the worldwide internet.
SC StaffJuly 25, 2017
The group is known for attacking government, security and academic institutions around the world.
SC StaffJuly 24, 2017
Analysis of the psychology behind digital ransom notes sheds light on the range of social engineering tactics used by cyber-attackers.
SC StaffJuly 20, 2017
Companies are likely to be closed down by swinging EU penalty fines next year given the failure of the C-Suite to prepare for GDPR despite rising breaches in the retail sector.
SC StaffJuly 17, 2017
The company rushed to emphasise that he did not fall for a type of crime which it protects against.
SC StaffJuly 14, 2017
Combining the prioritisation of perimeter security and lack of knowledge in data security, according to Gemalto, is brewing an environment where businesses will soon lack the ability to fend off complex cyber-attacks.
SC StaffJuly 12, 2017
The GDPR klaxon rings: Germany becomes the first country to pass the GDPR through its legislative process, as Lords in the UK release a report on what post-Brexit GDPR will look like.
SC StaffJuly 6, 2017
As fraud rises, a new report has revealed that biometric-based authentication is set to become more prevalent in the UK.