BT developed collaborative malware intelligence system following intervention from NCSC
Vendors need to be liable when their software is breached, says David Venable
The Windows maker is concerned about forced reboots
The company, which handles a fifth of the world's shipping, operated for 10 days with no IT
Attacks like WannaCry meant that virus outbreaks more than doubled
Malwarebytes' State of Malware Report shows how criminals are changing tactics
The new ransomware encrypts files and delivers more malware instead of a decryption key
Law firms wide open to phishing scams following security breaches
A network of fake ad agencies and shell companies was used to run the operation
High profile attacks like WannaCry have pushed cybercrime into the public eye
Only four per cent of devices have been patched - and many can't be
Digital Defense flagged the weaknesses up to Dell EMC
Fail to patch at your own risk
High-end retailers have warned that they are losing significant revenue to fraud, with card companies, payment acquirers and the government all seemingly unwilling to help
The flaws affect all chipmakers, contrary to earlier reports and claims
Slowdowns of 35 per cent have been reported
A lack of permission requirements means that sensor data is open to any app that wants it
What can other companies learn from the class-action lawsuit facing Morrisons?
Cybereason and its lead researcher Amit Serper targeted with legal threats by group behind OSX.Pirrit adware
Paras Jha and Josiah White also pleaded guilty to running an internet advertising click-fraud scheme
Only 30 per cent told CA Veracode that they had heard of the Equifax breach
Banks, law firms and financial software vendors in the UK, US and Russia among groups targeted by MoneyTaker, according to Group-IB
Why try to trick a system when you can just fool the user?
George Tunnicliffe of the National Theatre called the GDPR "A massive advert for two-way security"