Businesses can benefit from a single web-based management console
Qihoo 360 criticises Flashpoint's linguistic analysis as neither 'correct or professional'
Microsoft rushes out patch for Windows XP to prevent another WannaCry attack via a Shadow Brokers release
'INCOMING!' warns Microsoft as it issues new critical patch for Windows XP
Industroyer malware trialed in attack on Ukrainian power grid in 2016
MacRansom demands more than £500 to decrypt ransomed files
Financial data of bank customers sold for as little as $22.80 on dark web criminal forums
Organisations could be swamped with subject access requests under GDPR, warns IBM's GDPR expert Steve Norledge
PPI claims firms, activists and others could make subject-access requests en masse, warns Norledge
One encryption key to rule all routers clearly a bad idea
TrickBot malware shifts from malvertising to Necurs botnet to spread, warns Malwarebytes
IBM UK & Ireland GDPR lead Steve Norledge argues that organisations should see GDPR as an opportunity
Former FBI director gives evidence before the US Congress, claiming that Russia attempted to hack the recent US presidential elections
Microsoft deal for Hexadite believed to be around $100m
Malvertising campaign leads to the download of two apps that are impossible to remove
Microsoft is abusing dominant position to favour Windows Defender over other IT security products, claims Kaspersky
Fireball hijacks browsers and can continually distribute malware.
There may not be a superhero team in sight, but IBM and Cisco are protecting those that need it
The average SMB spends a little over £3,000 on cybersecurity annually - but a data breach can cost as much as £300,000
Human error cited as the main cause of most data breaches
Identity and access management company admits security breach that may have compromised customer data
North Korea probably not behind WannaCry ransomware, but almost certainly behind Bangladesh Bank and other financial institution cyber frauds
Hacking group changes tack in bid to 'monetise' its trove of US National Security Agency tools and exploits
British Airways rejects claims that cost-cutting India outsourcing was to blame for bank holiday weekend 'global IT outage'
BA blames power surge and failure to restore from back-ups for weekend of travel chaos at Gatwick and Heathrow
Maybe it wasn't North Korea, after all?
Could walking become the latest form of biometric authentication?