29 August 2019

Data breaches will cost organisations around the world over $5 trillion by 2024, as workplaces digitise and regulatory fines take hold, according to recent research by Juniper.

19 August 2019

Over 20 local government authorities in the US state of Texas have been infected with ransomware, with reports suggesting the attacks ‘came from one single threat actor’.

14 August 2019

Fingerprints, facial recognition and other personal information on the Biostar 2 database has been discovered on a publicly accessible database used by the Met Police, as well as …

12 August 2019

A security audit of container orchestration system Kubernetes, conducted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), has uncovered 34 vulnerabilities, 19 rated as high to medium severity.

6 August 2019

Wellingborough and East Northamptonshire councils had to take down systems for 24 hours after a phishing attack, just weeks after auditors warned of significant cyber risks.

30 July 2019

Recent YouGov research has revealed that only 9% of UK SMEs rank cyber security as a ‘top priority’, 60% have no attack prevention and response plan and 25% …

30 July 2019

The personal information of 106 million individuals across the USA and Canada were compromised in an attack targeting financial services firm Capital One, the company has revealed.

23 July 2019

Atlanta-based credit score agency Equifax has agreed to pay up to £561m as part of a settlement with US regulators following a data breach in 2017, for failing …

23 July 2019

A phishing attack at Lancaster University has led to a compromise of student data, including names, addresses, phone numbers and emails, which have been used to raise false …

19 July 2019

Moe than 800,000 computers around the world remain unpatched against BlueKeep, a vulnerability in Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol.