Estonia has binned its national ID cards over smartcard security flaws - obliging citizens to get new ones
The next five years in security: more zero-days, more ransomware and more espionage with AI deployed on both sides, warns LME CISO Russell Wing
GDPR won't just mean potential fines for IT security compromises, warns Wing, it will provide a 'guide price' for cyber criminals
Alien Vault's Javvad Malik describes how GDPR will change organisations' data breach responses
New gangs surreptitiously putting together IoT botnet similar to 2016's Mirai malware
Wi-Fi researchers Mathy Vanhoef and Frank Piessens have presented their findings about KRACK
Security researchers have found a new vulnerability in a generation of RSA encryption keys
And half the world's financial firms have been subjected to a cyber attack in the past year, claims Thales
Multi-stage attack uses Adobe Flash vulnerability to download FinFisher
What is KRACK, and what can you do to counter it?
High-pressure scams rely on trusted brand names
Reckitt Benckiser CIO Stein carries the can for July's NotPetya outbreak
The apparent defacement of WikiLeaks' website this morning reveals how rudimentary attacks can still have embarrassing impacts.
Trump's cyber security coordinator says both individuals and companies shouldn't use Kaspersky
FBI briefing US companies to dump Kaspersky, claiming intelligence prove it a 'threat to national security'
Kaspersky 'extremely disappointed' at FBI actions against 'law abiding and ethical company'
Only two per cent have 'comprehensive' training in dealing with cyber incidents
South Korea's NetSarang holds hands up to 'ShadowPad' backdoor hack of its server management products
Shipping company puts high price on attack linked to Russia
Attack on Scottish Parliament comes after MPs at Westminster were targeted in June in a similar fashion
More embarrassment for US law enforcement and security services as information about another hacking tool is leaked online
Hutchins detained by FBI as he returned to the UK from Black Hat security conference
The Magnitude exploit kit uses a gate to efficiently redirect traffic and filter unwanted targets
More attacks making it through Scottish government cyber defences without being detected
Whether it is underestimating cyber threats or overestimating employees' ability to cope with an attack, almost all SMBs exhibit more confidence than they should do
Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and especially WhatsApp all in Rudd's anti-encryption firing line