Betting news site becomes latest high profile victim of cyber attackers.
Credit card and login details stolen, in addition to Adobe product source code.
Employee published details of vulnerable children’s welfare online.
Islington Council said it has no plans to appeal data breach fine, but hopes early payment will get it reduced to £56K.
Messages sent from other services can be scanned for purposes of advertising, says tech giant.
Cyber Incident Response Scheme aims to boost infrastructure defences.
Automation hailed as key to ending leaks.
Confidential computer files, audio tapes and documents accidentally sent to third party.
Web pioneer scoops engineering prize, castigates government spying.
Search giant could face contempt of court charges if it fails to comply with ICO enforcement notice.
Firms face cost of £2 million per incident, report says
Local government body has lost 76 laptops, leaving personal details unprotected.
Internet anonymity tool poses threat to security, NPA claims
Scroogle no more as Redmond adopts more positive tone.
GFI Software warns people to be wary of using unencrypted public Wi-Fi networks.
A month on, Davey Winder analyses what others can learn from the Evernote data breach...
Names and email addresses of nearly 3,000 users accidentally leaked online.
Comms vendor's research suggests end users are fearful of entrusting banks and mobile phone firms with their data.
Raytheon’s RIOT could track terrorists via Facebook and Twitter, predict future whereabouts.
Half of employees took confidential corporate data with them into new jobs in the last 12 months, research by security firm Symantec has shown.
Dell launches $300m startup fund to kickstart turnaround
Identity: the heart of all security problems
Microsoft burns its bra
Tech City investor numbers swell
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