information security (InfoSec)
Trend Micro insider sells customer data to scammers
Scammers used stolen data to make fraudulent phishing calls
View from the airport: (ISC)2 Security Congress 2019
Cyber attacks may be heading to into space, but much greater threats to the industry are afoot
Is cyber security about to go interstellar?
When we think about the cyber attacks of the future, we may have to think bigger
IoT botnets are on the rise and 5G isn’t helping anything
Botnets are more common and coming in more diverse strains than ever before
Big expansion unveiled for girls' cyber security competition
Originally launched in 2017, the hugely popular competition has gone from strength to strength
UK and US plead with Mark Zuckerberg to bin encryption plans
Home secretary pens open letter to the Facebook chief as the nations strike historic data-access agreement
Building trust in your information and security
Measuring the confidence of IT leaders in their data and security practices
What is cyber security?
To learn what cyber security is, you also have to know what it's not
NHS staff issued with fresh cyber security guidance
New campaign focuses on password security, phishing, social engineering, and on-site 'tailgating'
What is cyber warfare?
We explain what cyber warfare is and why you need to pay attention to the threats it poses
Modern cyber security bears 'great resemblance to Titanic'
The security head likens the maritime disaster to cyber security blunders and gives his thoughts on how to move forward
Deepfake ransomware among experts’ list of cyber fears
Trend Micro's future threat researchers explain how hackers of the future will cause chaos
What is WannaCry?
The full story behind one of the worst ransomware outbreaks in history
Decision on Huawei's UK presence faces further delays
Uncertainty around the permanence of the US trade ban is halting the government's progress
Turning the leaf on the password as its creator dies at 93
This legend of computing was a pioneering great but his analogue invention doesn’t sit well in a digital age
What is ethical hacking? White hat hackers explained
Not all hackers are motivated by greed - some of them use their powers for good
Panel Profile: William Hill Group CISO Killian Faughnan
We get face-to-face with one of the IT Pro Panellists
Capita warns schools to stop using its data-sharing platform
Embattled outsourcing firm says the glitch in its data-transfer mechanism is only "very low-level"
Service takes itself offline after 800m records exposed
Researchers find a non-protected MongoDB instance amounting to 150GB of unique data
Internet Explorer and Exchange zero-days get patched
Exploit code is known to be in circulation for both vulnerabilities
Apple facing lawsuit because its 2FA is ‘too disruptive'
Californian man accuses the firm of not seeking his consent, and of disrupting access to his personal devices
Apple strips Facebook of enterprise certificates
Tech giants war over violation of internal enterprise programme as Google also admits to breaching rules
Massive data leak exposes 773m unique records online
Gargantuan 87GB trove of email addresses and passwords was sourced from thousands of separate data breaches