Awareness of ransomware and rise in price of cryptocurrencies has caused the change, says Skybox Security
Grouply.io Chrome extension allowed sensitive data to be accessed by marketers
The hacker leveraged a weakness in Netgear routers that has been general knowledge for more than two years
Hacking group Magecart responsible for a sophisticated attack via third-party vendors that could have affected 800 ecommerce sites
Celebrating Independence Day with a data breach
Facebook will make the fine back in less than 20 minutes
Airline denies customers are at risk, refuses to report breach
Facebook, Google, Amazon and other tech giants could be non-compliant with GDPR, claims EU consumer group
AI GDPR compliance tool could be used to web crawl for non-compliant privacy policies
Fight over draft EU copyright directive will resume in September
Aftermath of Facebook-Cambridge Analytica affair and GDPR starting to bite online advertisers?
NHS Digital blamed a coding bug for the breach
Commercial data sharing partnerships continued after rules were tightened in 2015
'Signs of breach' at Ticketmaster detected by start-up bank's anti-fraud team in early April
Government departments have autonomy in how they comply with the new rules
But Oregon police say they will continue using Rekognition in criminal investigations
US intelligence agents privately putting the squeeze on Huawei and ZTE, claims Senator Marco Rubio
Rare fault meant identifying and rectifying cause of problem took longer than usual
North Europe Azure outage blamed on datacentre "temperature issue" - but customers are still complaining this morning
Trump vows to oppose amendment to National Defense Authorization Act that would block ZTE deal
Incisive Works meets Catherine Howard, VP of Marketing at Atos.
More aggressive strategy pushed by new White House security advisor John Bolton
Proposed EU copyright laws would undermine EU dot-coms, campaigners warn
Alexander Polyakov: 'We have nothing to do with Russian Federal Security Service'