Uh-oh - millions of hook-up customers have their details exposed

News 22 May, 2015 Joe Curtis

But AdultFriendFinder still isn't telling new customers it's been hacked

CareFirst insurance hack affects 1.1m customers

News 22 May, 2015 Clare Hopping

Data stolen includes member names, birth dates, email addresses and identification numbers

Online businesses 'fail to patch website security flaws'

News 21 May, 2015 Jane McCallion

Known vulnerabilities remain in play for an average of six months, finds WhiteHat Security

Clearing out LogJam bug 'could block 20,000 websites'

News 21 May, 2015 Jane McCallion

The critical security flaw takes advantage of shorter encryption keys, which old websites still rely on

IT security goes back to the future with macro malware

Analysis 20 May, 2015 Davey Winder

Davey Winder offers a reminder of a familiar vulnerability that appears to be making a comeback

Tech giants beg Obama to keep encryption strong

News 20 May, 2015 Nicole Kobie

Apple, Microsoft, Google among 140 tech firms and experts to argue against security back doors

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Ads pose one of the biggest security threats in 2015

News 20 May, 2015 Clare Hopping

Trend Micro's Q1 security roundup shows malware hidden in desktop and mobile ads is one of the biggest security threat this year

British workers' behaviour putting IT at risk

News 19 May, 2015 Jane McCallion

UK is among worst in Europe for breaking security rules

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Uber sends hacking victim new password in plain text email

News 18 May, 2015 Caroline Preece

Hacked Uber user highlights taxi firm's security response issues


Plane "moved sideways" after hacker 'compromised navigation systems'

News 18 May, 2015 Jane McCallion

Alleged hacker used in-flight entertainment system to take control of plane, claims FBI

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FireEye helps Microsoft fight hackers in its own backyard

News 18 May, 2015 Joe Curtis

Security firm teams up with Redmond to detect malware on TechNet forum

IT Pro Panel: How the IoT will change your business

In-depth 14 May, 2015 Joe Curtis

Our panel of experts discusses the pros and cons of the Internet of Things

VM user? Watch out for Venom...

News 14 May, 2015 Clare Hopping

The exploit affects virtual machines including Xen, KVM, and native QEMU platforms

Share your cyber breach data, urges ex-Bank of England CISO

News 13 May, 2015 Joe Curtis

Q&A with Bivonas Law advisor Don Randall

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Tories' anti-encryption stance 'may spark exodus of tech start-ups'

Analysis 13 May, 2015 Nicole Kobie

Brighton-based Ind.ie will leave the UK over the government's anti-encryption and surveillance plans

Symantec finds Breaking Bad-themed ransomware

News 12 May, 2015 Adam Shepherd

Better call Saul, because these hackers may have encrypted your data

Data breaches ‘will cost $2.1 trillion by 2019’

News 12 May, 2015 Joe Curtis

Juniper Research warns costs will hurt SMBs the most

95% of SAP deployments 'vulnerable to cyber attacks'

News 8 May, 2015 Joe Curtis

Customer and supplier records could fall into hackers' hands, warns Onapsis

Apple squashes WebKit bugs in latest Safari update

News 7 May, 2015 Jane McCallion

Three critical vulnerabilities in OS X web browser now plugged

Kaspersky blocks 2.2bn attacks in Q1 2015

News 7 May, 2015 Clare Hopping

Mobile malware has risen by a third since the beginning of the year