Mark Vartanyan - who was working for an e-healthcare firm when he was arrested - follows fellow Russian Dimitry Belorossov into an American slammer
TNT Express IT systems remain down almost a month after NotPetya outbreak
A Lords report says that there is 'no prospect of a clean break' with the EU when it comes to data sharing
Nineteen critical bug fixes in Microsoft Patch Tuesday - including a remote code execution flaw affecting HoloLens
Patch Tuesday isn't going away just yet, although Adobe may be kicking its patch habit
Maersk warns that it's 'too early to predict' the impact of NotPetya after malware caused ports to grind to a halt for a week
Maersk and Cadbury's warn over impact of NotPetya after Reckitt Benckiser admits that malware has cost it at least £100m
Reckitt Benckiser blames NotPetya outbreak for £100m revenue loss that took down key applications and systems, and disrupted factories
Consumer goods giant admits that some factories still haven't recovered from NotPetya a week after the attack
'I'm wearing eight bullet-proof vests and hoping one of them stops the bullet, and often it's the last one. I'm getting nervous,' says Nick Ioannou, head of IT, Ratcliffe Groves Partnership
ME Doc's servers seized in NotPetya investigation in Ukraine as attackers remove $10,000 in bitcoin from 'ransomware' wallet
Attack on ME Doc - used by four-fifths of companies in Ukraine - a nation-state attack intended to disrupt the country, claim authorities
Do small businesses have anything to fear from the glut of anti-privacy tools?
NotPetya: Accounting software firm whose update mechanism was compromised to spread malware may face criminal charges
Ukraine's ME.Doc was running vulnerable, out-of-date FTP software to update clients' software
Security Service of Ukraine claims to have seized equipment used to propagate WannaCry and NotPetya
Fraud is the most commonly reported crime in England and Wales, but the response to it is inadequate
"It is a scam and you will never get your money back"
Super Hub 2 routers have weak default passwords that are easy to crack
New vulnerability could enable Mirai and other IoT malware to survive between device reboots
NCSC lines up behind Symantec to point finger at North Korea's Lazarus group
North Korea probably not behind WannaCry ransomware, but almost certainly behind Bangladesh Bank and other financial institution cyber frauds
Maybe it wasn't North Korea, after all?
Even before WannaCry, organisations were reporting relatively high infiltration rates for ransomware
WannaCry links to North Korea "premature, inconclusive and distracting", claims Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology
SSDs vulnerable to Rowhammer-style attacks that can corrupt data and shorten the life-span of flash storage
Security experts hit out at Google over refusal to patch Android security flaw exploited by ransomware
Despite WannaCry, Google won't patch security flaw present in Android since October 2015
IoT malware, machine learning attacks and a strong uptick on public-facing ransomware are all on the near threat horizon, warns Darktrace
"We need to change the way we approach security," says Peppa Wise
The GDPR could be a 'privacy earthquake' - but what will its impact be on storage of personal data?