Financial data of bank customers sold for as little as $22.80 on dark web criminal forums
Former FBI director gives evidence before the US Congress, claiming that Russia attempted to hack the recent US presidential elections
How do you sort the good from the bad?
Accusations of cyber attacks have plagued recent elections worldwide. Here's how the UK election could be hacked (but probably won't be)
The internet's vulnerability to attack, censorship and manipulation cannot be cured by sticking-plaster solutions, says Nick Lambert
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
Forcepoint's Neil Thacker says you need to put people first when developing security strategy
With TalkTalk CEOs are saying 'Oh my gosh, we don't want to be the next one'
Personal information about company directors is now free to download, so why haven't they been informed?
Got a Ymail account? Hacker 'Peace' claims to have 200 million Yahoo logins and passwords
Project Shield has been released for use by news and human rights organisations
'I am very dismayed at the accessibility of some of these networks,' says Department of Homeland Security's Marty Edwards
'Sticking plaster' cyber defence means 'issues of national and worldwide safety are at risk here,' Dr Kevin Curran tells Computing
Mark James, security specialist at ESET, gives nine tips on how to protect children online this Christmas
Incident will 'reduce level of trust' in the pub chain, warns cyber security expert
Get a bigger chequebook to show you're taking it seriously, suggests Boura
Cyber criminals breached anti-fraud service provider to help mask their activities
Internet service provider also confirms 15,656 customers had bank details accessed by hackers
Our top seven stories from the past seven days. Now, what could be number one?
Intel Security and McAfee Labs report details the low prices of supplying 'crime-as-a-service'
Danny Palmer investigates why cyber criminals see cloud as an increasingly lucrative target
'Why spend millions on an iPhone exploit when you can bribe a sysadmin for corporate network access?'
Panel of security experts discusses the latest threats to enterprises
Computing's Danny Palmer almost found out the hard way how cyber criminals are getting craftier...
Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, also says the future is basically a software-defined data centre, and concludes by saying open source developers are 'like poets'