Businesses stung by convincing Office 365 voicemail scam
This latest wave of phishing attacks incorporates real audio recordings to create a sense of urgency
NHS staff issued with fresh cyber security guidance
New campaign focuses on password security, phishing, social engineering, and on-site 'tailgating'
FBI embarks on cyber criminal detainment spree
Coordinated effort leads to hundreds of arrests and $3.7 million seized from phishing gangs around the world
Hackers exploiting social engineering 'toolkits'
Victims are being asked to download malware through visually compelling fake update prompts
Fraudsters use AI voice manipulation to steal £200,000
Bold social engineering attack could be the first of many powered by machine learning
What is ethical hacking? White hat hackers explained
Not all hackers are motivated by greed - some of them use their powers for good
How Mr. Robot ‘fudged’ its hacks to protect the public
Showrunners debated over how accurate to make the show’s exploits
Service takes itself offline after 800m records exposed
Researchers find a non-protected MongoDB instance amounting to 150GB of unique data
Modlishka tool can allow attackers to bypass 2FA
The reverse proxy 'Modlishka' tool is designed to make phishing attacks as "effective as possible"
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
How Russia hacked the 2016 election
A timeline of how 12 hackers allegedly corrupted the world's most powerful democracy
Social engineering: your business' biggest security risk
It's not your network, but your own well-meaning employees that could be the gateway for hackers
De Montfort University launches a week of infosec events
DMU students will be able to gain practical experience from industry experts
Cryptocurrency miners: the latest tool for cyber criminals
Learn more about the new form of cyber crime that is being driven by cryptocurrency fever
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
Tim Berners-Lee: How we can win back the web
The public must reject misinformation and keep control of their own data
Malware-infected ads now greatest threat to mobile security
Porn slips into second place as main vector for attack on smartphones.
Anonymous hackers hit FBI collaborator
Anonymous compromises various HBGary Federal websites and accesses around 50,000 emails.
Security threats to beware in 2011
We take a look ahead to what threats await us in 2011.
Chinese Google hackers back?
The same China-based hackers who were thought to have hit Google last year appear to be still active, Symantec has suggested.
Hackers forcing ‘legitimate’ anti-virus uninstall
Cyber criminals are using social engineering in their attempts to get users to uninstall legitimate anti-virus software.