Cyber attacks on banks targeting international payments systems continue unabated
Wave of malware written for PowerShell as Microsoft prepares to make it the replacement for the command line in Windows 10
Who will be responsible for all the data?
Microsoft has fixed the glitches which were reported as part of its bug bounty programme
There is no quick fix when it comes to tackling vulnerabilities, says Jon Townsend
Forcepoint's Neil Thacker says you need to put people first when developing security strategy
IT security shouldn't be 'because I told you so' - consult employees on policy, agree industry panel
End user skills and knowledge should help your course, not be a barrier
With TalkTalk CEOs are saying 'Oh my gosh, we don't want to be the next one'
Clicking on a fake image attachment allows the malware to be downloaded
Personal information about company directors is now free to download, so why haven't they been informed?
Microsoft not best pleased
As data moves offsite into public cloud services or service provider sites, so data protection strategy will have to change
Britain on the hook for £122bn in fines under European Union GDPR, claims PCI Security Standards Council
SMEs on the hook for £52bn, while large organisations could be forced to pay up £70bn
Latest RBS outage fixed following afternoon of payments frustration for customers
Tier-one provider uses threat intelligence and advanced routing and filtering to see off attacks
Successful attack just a matter of time says Ciaran Martin, CEO of National Cyber Security Centre
But don't forget employee happiness, too
Embedded devices with vulnerable hard-coded encryption keys continue to proliferate, warn researchers
The 'internet of insecure things' to become even more insecure after SEC-Consult dumps data on Github
Remember Word macro viruses? This is even worse
The key to future security is to imitate nature's defence systems, argues Peter Cochrane
Ransomware gets the 'as-a-service' treatment
Volkswagen found out once again...
Critical patch update fixes a total of 30 flaws in SAP's ERP software
Oracle attackers 'possibly got unlimited control over credit cards' on US retail systems, warns ERPScan
Almost every credit and debit card in the US potentially compromised, warns ERPScan CTO Alexander Polyakov