The Home Office has defended the process by which warrants for surveillance and data interception are issued. In a written submission to the House of Lords' Draft Investigatory Powers Bill Committee, attributed...
Budget carrier confesses to hack in January 2020, and has informed the Information Commissioner's Office
The Travelex ransomware raises the question, once again, of whether organisations should be obliged to provide more information
No zero-days patched in the latest release
Attack, which came as firm was preparing for Covid measures, was a 'perfect storm' CEO says
Make passwords at least 13 characters long and protect email with a strong passphrase, police advise
With Covid-19 related fraud through the roof it's time to review password policy, says South East Regional Organised Crime Unit