When we drive past a major car crash, it's a natural reaction to slow down to take a good look. The first thing most of us think is "Wow, that's awful", quickly followed by "I'm glad that wasn't me"....
The company says users are utilising the app in myriad unexpected ways
We must all prepare for the end of public key encryption as we know it
Websites trading in stolen debit and credit cards, as well as personal information, have gone dark following raids last week by the FSB
Working from home, staying secure: 14 Identity & Access Management tools to deal with the coronavirus fallout
With record numbers working remotely during the COVID-19 crisis, CIOs and CISOs must look at how to maintain identity and access securely across a dispersed network
Half of all UK businesses hit by security breaches in the past 12 months, according to government Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2020
More businesses and charities than ever are being hit by cyber attacks, according to the latest survey – but organisation are also becoming more resilient