Menlo Security report finds 46 per cent of top sites run outdated software, host malware or have been attacked
Yahoo has discovered an even larger breach whilst investigating another. Here's what the tech industry makes of the farce
Most of us thought 2015 was the year of the data breach, but then 2016 happened. 2017 has a job to do if it wants to continue the trend
Who will be responsible for all the data?
All the gongs, all the highly commendeds listed in full
IT security shouldn't be 'because I told you so' - consult employees on policy, agree industry panel
End user skills and knowledge should help your course, not be a barrier
Mimecast uncovers the various methods used by new scam to steal your personal data and credit card information
Still a resistance to invest until it's too late...?
Three hack: UK IT industry hits out at 'corporate blindness' and firm's 'slavish devotion to short term margin'
Putting profit before customer risk has to end, say industry peers
'The idea that you don't need tech skills once you move to cloud is a fallacy,' says CIO, explaining that G4S has around 1,000 ideas for new technology projects for 2017
Security firm reaps the benefits of a new cloud-first policy
All online transactions have been stopped after more than 20,000 customers lose money
Watchdog slams WhatsApp over its data sharing with Facebook, and Yahoo over its 2014 breach
An analysis by Mimecast reveals what's going on in a new phishing attack designed to steal credit card details
Peter Cochrane argues cyber criminals are running rings around 'good guys' who are reluctant to share and work together
Are you one of the UK's top tech defenders?
Fraud is increasingly mobile, cross-border and automated, and providers need new ways to combat it without impacting the user experience. Rebekah Moody, UK Research & Data Lead at ThreatMetrix, gives her analysis
Computing survey finds security, automation and mobility are main areas of focus
Alternative messaging for those looking to move away from Yahoo Mail to something more secure
Why a culture of cybersecurity will help protect your business, but not overnight
Mike Lloyd, CTO at RedSeal, argues that more granular control is a good thing, but it's easier said than done
Cortana picks up 'new skills' as part of AI additions
Your ransomware problem won't get any better until you treat cybercriminals as your competitors, argues Orlando Scott-Cowley
An expert speaking at Computing's recent Cloud & Infrastructure Summit added that he needs four separate additional services just to get Microsoft Office 365 to do what it's supposed to