The Government is making a concerted effort to encourage more businesses to seek guidance on mitigating cyber threats - but are they listening?
Android malware was embedded in two popular apps
GDPR presents CIOs and IT directors with the leverage to enforce a culture of secure IT and data management, argues Gordon Morrison
Attackers targeting Microsoft Office use Windows OLE security flaw to compromise PCs
Intel completes sale of 51 per cent stake in McAfee to private equity groups
Firm patched vulnerabilities after researcher threatened to go public
Intel blocks McAfee from calling his new business John McAfee
McAfee's dope-smoking hackers will have that iPhone cracked, lickety-split
Councils 'will quickly pay ransoms to restore their critical operations', claims McAfee Labs
Intel Security and McAfee Labs report details the low prices of supplying 'crime-as-a-service'
'They are infiltrating in pieces, hiding in seemingly inert code, and waiting for an unprotected moment to emerge'
Kaspersky highlighted in particular for cracking by GCHQ and NSA
Attack as the best form of defence - should we consider unleashing cyber security teams' offensive talents?
Neil Anderson, security director at Farrpoint, believes firms should be able to retaliate against cyber criminals
Cases of Adobe Flash vulnerabilities being used by cyber criminals have 'skyrocketed' 317 per cent in 2015, warns Threats report
Can you now store all your data in the cloud and know it will be better protected than in your data centre? Steven Sinofsky thinks so, but others aren't so sure, as Peter Gothard discovers
In tests, 79 per cent of users failed to detect at least one phishing attempt
Collusion attacks use malicious apps to circumvent Android controls in order to pass data to criminals
'Groups have repeatedly shown that they can overcome almost any cyber defence,' admits McAfee
The UK is widely seen as a world leader in cyber security expertise. But as Sooraj Shah reports, it is mainly those firms with the deepest pockets that are benefiting
Less than half are concerned that their use of unapproved software could lead to data loss
McAfee report suggests corporations could be at risk through use of shadow IT, but others suggest IT department should adapt to new methods of working
Outspoken security expert and reformed hacker claims that anti-virus software is next to useless, and shows how peer to peer software can cause devestating leaks of sensitive corporate data
Mobile security resembles PC security in its early days, warns McAfee's Jason Brown at the Computing IT Leaders' Forum
McAfee's Graeme Stewart says service providers at every level of the public sector supply chain must be educated about the need for proper cyber security