Patch ASAP, urges Citrix - then scan your network for any indicator of compromise
Met plans to use live facial recognition at 'specific location' in London to 'help protect the vulnerable'
'Smart factory' honeypot attracts two ransomware attacks, fraudsters, corporate espionage - and other security researchers
Trend Micro honeypot indicates that bread-and-butter security measures will deter most attackers
IBM's tiny 0.1 per cent fourth-quarter revenue increase overshadowed by 3.1 per cent decline for the full year
Baroness Howe of Idlicote's bill intended to force government into implementing the so-called porn block
CityFibre has also cut a deal with Vodafone enabling it to cut wholesale deals with other ISPs sooner than originally agreed
European data protection authorities have received more than 160,000 data-breach notifications since GDPR came into force in May 2018
There is no question in my mind that artificial intelligence needs to be regulated - Sundar Pichai
Customer-facing systems are being restored, says Travelex CEO Tony D'Souza, 18 days after the ransomware attack broke out
Arrests in the Netherlands and Northern Ireland accompany cross-border operation against hacker website trading in compromised credentials
Google shifts position on tracking cookies and announces plans to tackle 'browser fingerprinting'
Equifax settles class-action lawsuit over 2017 data breach that spilt personal data of 147 million Americans (and more than 15.2 million Brits)
Last week, a group claiming to be behind the Sodinokibi ransomware attack on Travelex threatened to release data. This week, Travelex refuses to comment on whether it paid up…
Plaid turns $310m in venture funding into a tidy $5bn profit for backers of 2013 fintech start-up
From now on, you're on your own (unless you pay Microsoft $25-$50 per PC per year for the next three years for essential patches)
Travelex continues to insist that no personal data was compromised
Huawei to be granted 'very limited' role, according to reports
Travelex 'negotiating' with Sodinokibi ransomware group threatening to release or sell personal data
Travelex reportedly negotiating $6m ransom as group threaten to release personal data Travelex claims hasn't been compromised…..
Currys-PC World fined £500,000 over cyber attack that compromised 14 million people's personal information
Currys owner DSG Retail fined the maximum under the old data protection regime - would've been much more under GDPR, warns ICO
'The company has not reported a data breach,' ICO tells Computing, but adds that they may be required to 'explain why it wasn't reported'
In the spirit of the age, Huawei releases the source code of openEuler to Gitee, a Chinese alternative to Github
Sonos claims Google exploited the company's openness in 2013 collaboration to better integrate Google Play Music with Sonos's wireless speakers
Setting the bar low for app security
Travelex statement admits Sodinokibi ransomware outbreak but claims that no "structured personal customer data" has been compromised