A zero-day security flaw in Kaspersky anti-virus software could enable an attacker to circumvent Kaspersky's security and compromise users' systems. In a tweet, Tavis Ormandy, a security researcher...
The USA's NIST ranks the flaw's severity as 9.8 out of 10
Orange Cyberdefence blames cultural problems that leave the manufacturing sector particularly vulnerable
Although Oxford says no clinical studies were compromised, the attackers are likely to sell the data to nation states
GCHQ has committed to using AI in a 'fair and transparent' way
Npower will not turn its mobile app back on after the attack