Hack has been under investigation since October, but staff only told now
Attackers often target superuser accounts with access to data and systems - how do you protect them?
Research shows most organisations in the dark over emerging threats
Marriott hack: 60 per cent of cyber attacks now involve multiple targets in one organisation warns Carbon Black
"Island hopping" attacks targeting suppliers and acquisitions also growing threat, say experts
Mainframe users cited concerns about disruption and end-user resistance as reasons not to employ MFA
First sighting of Mirai malware targeting enterprise systems
With malware now pervasive and high-profile organisations being breached every day, Computing invites IT leaders to a networking dinner for sharing best practise
The attacks begin with a malicious app that spies on the infected system and steals passwords through GPU rendering
Operational technology has been kept separate from IT in the past - but as that changes, systems are being exposed to attacks
Panel urges companies to avoid euphemisms and acknowledge when they've been breached - or risk being fined
Fielder talks about cloud complexity, trust and fighting phishing
What drives security changes: people or technology?
Incisive Works meets Catherine Howard, VP of Marketing at Atos.
Security flaw enables malware to be run that's been fraudulently signed by Apple
Security firm CyberScanner claims that 117,638 of the top UK sites harbour security flaws
New branch prediction processor attack found affecting computer CPUs
Connected tech manufacturers told to implement security by design
Google removes fraudulent extensions
The IT industry looks at the ramifications of Computing's latest security research
It turns out that 'qwerty' is quite easy to guess. And so is 'starwars'
The year 2017 in cyber security
'There's an awful lot of hype out there'
That's a six per cent rise since 2016
Enigma Software's case against Malwarebytes thrown out