Finger of blame pointed at Twitter app Twitter Counter
"Hacker" accused of keeping encrypted US government files on PCs
Data breach 'for the lulz' takes place just hours before ESA is set to take part in a mission to the International Space Station
A DDoS attack on the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead taught IT chief Rocco Labellarte that ticking boxes for compliance is not enough
Danny Palmer investigates how you can mitigate the impact of a DDoS attack on your corporate servers
Spammers, script kiddies, crypto-malware, spear-phishing... Computing research reveals which threats IT professionals fear most
Protests or profiteering? Whether it's Anonymous, the Cyber Caliphate or Cyber Berkut, the hack remains the same
Stephen Coty examines some of the means and motives of the burgeoning number of "hacktivists"