A hacker stole the personal data of 1,000 employees of the Ordnance Survey, the government-owned mapping agency for Britain, Verdict can reveal.
Facebook exec and former deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has received criticism over comments suggesting that end-to-end encrypted messages sent via WhatsApp could not be hacked.
The Twitter account of Leave.EU co-founder Arron Banks has been suspended following a hack that exposed the personal messages of the Brexit financier.
Deliveroo, Dominos and Papa Johns are among food delivery companies most often targeted by cybercriminals.
Scores of high-profile YouTube accounts were hacked over the weekend in a “coordinated” phishing attack, according to an investigation by ZDNet.
Credit score agency Equifax will pay up to $700m as part of a settlement for a 2017 data breach in which some 127 million of its customers had their personal data stolen.
Hackers have intercepted more than a thousand confidential European Union communications over the past three years, the New York Times has reported.
News of the Marriott hack, which looks to be the second-largest data breach in history, has led to exasperation from the cybersecurity industry.
A Muslim hacktivist collective has infiltrated the official website of the so-called Islamic State (Isis) and leaked details about its nearly 2,000 subscribers.
In the fight against cyber crime, companies now have a new enemy to fear: hackers in pursuit of bitcoin.
Raila Odinga, Kenya’s opposition presidential candidate has accused hackers of breaking into the electoral commission’s IT system to manipulate the election results.
The UK parliament suffered a cyber attack this weekend which saw around 90 email accounts compromised.
This afternoon the UK’s National Health Service — known as the NHS — fell victim to a cyber attack in the form of malicious software used to ransom computer files.
Russia and China may, or may not, be to blame for a crash in the UK’s voter registration website in the weeks leading up to the EU referendum, according to a report by parliament’s cross-party Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee (PACAC).
The number of whistleblower reports made to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) concerning data breaches increased by 34% in the last year, bringing it to a record high.
Last year’s acquisition of Tableau by Salesforce was a milestone for the end of an era and the inception of a new one, which will make data analysts of many who had never thought to try it.
Digitalisation now has a grip on every single industry, from agriculture to construction to healthcare.
Startup The Privacy Co has exited stealth mode by launching its app Priiv to help users protect against privacy theft.
Food delivery and personal shopping services have seen a sharp uptick in use amid the Covid-19 pandemic, but the number of user accounts available for sale on the dark web has also increased.
Cybersecurity experts are calling for greater vigilance after it emerged that Russian hackers targeted former trade minister and Conservative MP Liam Fox.
First they came for Elon Musk, then they came for Bill Gates.
In 2019, the smartwatch market was worth $17bn.
Cybercriminals are known to adapt their scams to take advantage of the latest crisis and the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic has been no different.
UK law enforcement, the UK National Crime Agency and other European forces have made “a massive breakthrough” in the battle against organised crime after infiltrating encrypted communication system Encrochat.
A high-profile cyberattack has hit celebrity law firm Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks, which represents A-listers including Robert De Niro and Lady Gaga, with hackers threatening to expose a 746GB data cache, including personal data and contracts.
Manchester-based cybersecurity firm VST Enterprises has signed a deal with digital health company Circle Pass Enterprises (CPE) to create a digital health passport designed to “manage a safe return to work, life, and safe travel” after the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has launched a tool for members of the public to report suspicious emails, in a bid to shield people from a surge in coronavirus email scams and cyberattacks.
For the first time in 700 years, the Houses of Parliament is taking an “unprecedented step” by allowing MPs to take part in some parliamentary proceedings via Zoom.