WannaCry links to North Korea "premature, inconclusive and distracting", claims Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology
The man was employed by IBM for four years and was picked up by undercover officers
More links uncovered between WannaCry ransomware and North Korean-government linked gangs
Only one-fifth of IT leaders feel they're 'very well' prepared to respond to cyber attacks
Accusations of cyber attacks have plagued recent elections worldwide. Here's how the UK election could be hacked (but probably won't be)
SSDs vulnerable to Rowhammer-style attacks that can corrupt data and shorten the life-span of flash storage
Biggest companies in UK and Europe putting CISOs on the board - with a remuneration package to match
WannaCry contains seeds of its own destruction - crashed XP PCs before it could spread
Cracking of HSBC's phone-banking security system comes one month after a warning that voice recognition security is critically flawed
Mirai has encouraged a plethora of imitators, warns Akamai
Security experts hit out at Google over refusal to patch Android security flaw exploited by ransomware
Despite WannaCry, Google won't patch security flaw present in Android since October 2015
But not publicly, or to the software vendor itself
IoT malware, machine learning attacks and a strong uptick on public-facing ransomware are all on the near threat horizon, warns Darktrace
"We need to change the way we approach security," says Peppa Wise
NHS admin Sally Anne Day given paltry fine for causing distress to two patients
National Data Guardian Dame Fiona Caldicott warns that transfer of medical records was 'inappropriate'
The GDPR could be a 'privacy earthquake' - but what will its impact be on storage of personal data?
North Korea linked to WannaCry attack, as experts say the NHS should have done more to protect itself
The Lazarus Group, resposible for the Sony pictures hack of 2014, suspected of perpetrating WannaCry hack
A honeypot server has been instrumental in finding a new vulnerability in the WannaCry ransomware.
Seven of the trusts still experiencing issues over the weekend have provided updates
IT experts state that ransomware and phishing are increasing the most in frequency and severity, with almost two thirds having been attacked or breached in the last 12 months
Security tips from the experts on how to defend systems from the ransomware that has taken down parts of the NHS and many other organisations
NHS and systems worldwide taken down by WanaCrypt0r 2.0. But what is it, who's behind it and where does it come from?
Mass ransomware attack may be exploiting unpatched Microsoft SMB MS17-010 vulnerability using NSA tools
WannaCry/WanaCrypt0r 2.0 attachers probably using the NSA EternalBlue exploit to hit Windows SMB vulnerability
Global ransomware campaign takes down hospitals and GP surgeries in the UK - WanaCrypt0r variant believed responsible
Organisations in Russia, Turkey, Germany, Vietnam, Spain and the Philippines - as well as the NHS in the UK - believed affected