Thousands of webcams vulnerable to attack
Exposed connections could lead to loss of privacy or information theft
Why you should be terrified by biometric technology
Unless our apathy towards data protection changes, we may soon lose something we can’t replace
Better tech needed to verify digital identities, says UK gov
The tool will build on the government's highly criticised Verify programme
What is ethical hacking? White hat hackers explained
Not all hackers are motivated by greed - some of them use their powers for good
Samsung Galaxy S10’s ultrasonic sensor fooled by fake finger
Samsung’s in-display fingerprint reader can be hacked ‘in 15 minutes’
Researchers unearth Collections #2-5
The gargantuan 87GB Collection #1 leak is dwarfed by the now-600GB of exposed data circulating online
Fresh EU Directive strengthens powers against cyber fraud
Stolen payment credentials profits criminals over a billion every year, meaning new powers are long overdue
‘London Blue’ hacking gang launch campaign against CFOs
Hit list of 50,000 financial leaders primed for wave of business email compromise (BEC) attacks
Marriott's Starwood Hotel system suffers massive breach
Data from email addresses to payment card and passport numbers were potentially accessed
Face recognition tool could slurp Facebook data
Security company claims software creates a level playing field for white hats and pen testers
What is hacktivism?
From Anonymous to Omega, here’s everything you need to know about hackers with a conscience
Identity theft protection firm exposes customers to phishing
LifeLock web authentication blunder leaves subscriber email addresses exposed
How Russia hacked the 2016 election
A timeline of how 12 hackers allegedly corrupted the world's most powerful democracy
US indicts 12 Russian agents over DNC hack
12 Russian intelligence operatives have been formally accused by the DoJ
Twitter alerts uses after finding password-revealing bug
The company is advising users to reset their passwords 'in the interests of caution'
Why Nadine Dorries is totally wrong about password sharing
Frustration abounds as MPs expose their backwards security practises
UK cops to lose access to Europol's cyber crime resources
Cyber cops will be on their own once Britain leaves the EU
1.7m Imgur accounts compromised after 2014 data breach
Usernames and passwords stolen by hackers
Symantec snaps up LifeLock for $2.3 billion
Security company acquires identity theft protection firm
Six arrested in £1m student phishing investigation
Four men and two women have been arrested as part of an investigation into a phishing scam designed to steal student bank account details.
British Zynga hacker jailed for two years
A 29-year-old man is jailed after he hacks Zynga systems to steal virtual chips and sell them on for personal profit.
Two thirds of web users hit by cyber crime
Web threats are so prevalent that 65 per cent of online users have been hit by an attack, figures show.
Symantec VeriSign acquisition finalised
Symantec's acquisition of VeriSign's identity and authentication business has officially gone through.