PC users and their personal data have been left vulnerable to security risks due to out-of-date PC applications, new research has found.
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The British Standards Institution (BSI) has revealed its top three 2019 cybersecurity trends.
The United Kingdom will crash out of the European Union in March, and law enforcement won’t be spared from the disruption that is expected to follow.
Brexit runs the risk of making the UK less able to defend against a cyberattack, prompting one expert to call for an increased focus on cybersecurity education in schools.
Venture capital investment in cybersecurity startups has reached an all-time high, but that isn’t necessarily good news, according to one cybersecurity expert.
Additional costs incurred and revenue lost as a result of cybercrime could cost businesses as much as $5.2 trillion over the next five years, as businesses struggle to protect their increasingly complex internet-enabled business models.
Troy Hunt, founder of data breach database Have I Been Pwned?
Despite the widespread disruption to business that Brexit is expected to bring when the UK exits the European Union in March, just 14% of UK organisations who took part in a global survey believe it poses the biggest risk to business in 2019.
As the United States Federal Government shutdown enters its 24th day, the impact of the longest shutdown in history is being felt across the country.
A huge MongoDB database containing the personal details of millions of job seekers in China was left unprotected for at least a week, it has emerged.
At the end of last year, a critical report from a Parliamentary Committee commented on the country’s inability to defend UK critical national infrastructure (CNI) from cybersecurity threats.
US food giant Mondelez is suing Zurich for $100m after the insurer failed to pay out on a claim for damage caused by the infamous NotPetya cyberattack.
The question of who you can trust with your passwords is rapidly approaching the answer: no one.
Digital transformation has shaped the business world in recent years and unlocked a host of innovative new working practices.
Hotel giant Marriott has given an update to the data breach that saw the details of millions of customers of its Starwood subsidiary exposed, confirming that 5.25 million unencrypted passport numbers were involved in the Marriott hack.
A large-scale hack of German polticians has seen personal data, including credit cards, contact details and private conversations, exposed online.
The targets have been set for bounty hunters to search out vulnerabilities in the open source software used across European Union institutions, starting from 7 January 2019.
When a relationship ends, you might look back at shared memories and intimacies, but a UK Government-funded cybersecurity programme is now warning people to think about the passwords and PINs shared in the throes of romance.
Crime of all kinds increases during the holiday season.
Despite spending on cybersecurity expected to reach an all-time high in 2019, exceeding $124bn according to Gartner, the majority of organisations are still vulnerable to basic cyber exploits, a recent study has found.
The Huawei spying furore that has seen the US government to claim the company may be spying on behalf of China has been addressed by the company’s rotating chairman, who insists the company is not engaging in any such activity.
The ever-increasing escalation in state-sponsored cyberattacks will force the United Nations (UN) to introduce a cybersecurity treaty in 2019, according to researchers at WatchGuard Technologies’ Threat Lab.
The plan to cut EU immigration by 80% post-Brexit will leave UK companies increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks, according to a cybersecurity recruitment expert.
A professional golf long driver appears to have had has his Twitter account hacked to spread the latest Elon Musk bitcoin scam.
Boomoji, an app that allowed iOS and Android users to create 3D avatars, has suffered a data leak that could have potentially compromised the personal data of more than 125 million people.
Cyberattacks are now the fastest-growing crime in the world, and are expected to cost the global economy $6tn a year by 2021, according to a report by Cybersecurity Ventures.
While the methods used by cybercriminals to steal data and access accounts seem to getting more complex – from criminal organisations impersonating CEOs to breaching databases containing the credentials of hundreds of millions of users – new research shows that the oldest methods are still the most common.
What we see when we browse the web is just the tip of the iceberg.