Laya Healthcare implemented multi-factor authorisation with a simple interface as it grappled with its GDPR obligations
How digital and physical infrastructure can work in harmony with operational technology
Good cyber security culture should, literally, begin in employees' homes, says HSBC CISO Paula Kershaw
Top CISOs share their top employee engagement tips at InfoSec
CISOs need to sell security to the board like a marketeer, says William Hill's Group CISO Killian Faughnan
MacOS zero-day flaw bypasses security protections to take advantage of 'synthetic events' automation feature
So long and thanks for all the cash
Governments need to do more to combat online fraud, researchers argue
Facebook lawyer argued that users' right to privacy is forfeit as they are, basically, sharing their thoughts with everyone online
China-linked HiddenWasp Linux malware is being used in sophisticated, targeted attacks
GCHQ demand for backdoor key to all encrypted communications criticised by tech giants in open letter
Images published online can be ripped off in seconds. So what can organisations do to protect their intellectual property, asks SmartFrame's Patrick Krupa
Developers belatedly working on fix for time-to-check-time-to-use (TOCTOU) Docker security flaw
Nation state actors 'have demonstrated intent and capability to leverage VPN services… for malicious purposes'
Section 889 of the National Defense Authorization Act 2019 declares Huawei guilty without trial, the company claims
Microsoft deemed BlueKeep RDP flaw so serious it even supplied a patch for Windows XP
FedEx claims that the packages were diverted 'in error'
Thousands of ecommerce sites have fallen victim to MageCart attacks, scraping credit card details and defrauding customers. Here as some of the biggest
Employees claim that the tools give "the keys to the kingdom"
Researchers called the trend a "troubling sign"
Equifax's cash flow has declined drastically because of the heavy IT and legal expenses stemming from the cyberattack
More exploit code released by security researcher, including three zero-days and one only patched by Microsoft earlier this month
Ireland will investigate whether Google's processing of personal data through its online Ad Exchange violates EU privacy laws
Zero-day vulnerability uncovered by SandboxEscaper is a local privilege escalation flaw that hackers can exploit with 100 per cent success rate
Privacy Experts believe that the move by TfL - starting in July - could infringe passengers' rights to privacy