IBM‘s decision to no longer offer general purpose facial recognition (FR) technology comes at a time when police activity is under increased scrutiny following the anti-racist protests across the US.
Cyber incidents are the most important business risk globally, and businesses both large and small need to protect themselves as much as they can.
Information regarding high net worth individuals and international corporations are going to be leaked in the coming days after an off-shore law firm had its files stolen in a data breach.
European encrypted messaging app Wire, admired by the likes of Edward Snowden for its security merits, is launching a new business messaging platform.
The unanimous support with which the Government’s Data Protection Bill passed through its second reading in parliament last week is promising news for cyber security in the UK.
India and Russia are going to begin a series of large-scale military exercises today in the eastern military district of Russia.
Under proposals announced on Tuesday, the UK government hopes to make it easier for ministers to intervene in mergers and takeovers when national security concerns arise .
Security researchers have revealed that almost every Wi-Fi router is vulnerable to attack, leading to concerns from tech companies and consumers alike.
Facebook is on the hunt to recruit people who have national security clearances, as part of a broader push to address meddling on the social network ahead of general elections.
In the fight against cyber crime, companies now have a new enemy to fear: hackers in pursuit of bitcoin.
Around the world, there are currently 121 global cyberattacks happening every second.
Paris has been the target of several terrorist attacks since 2015.
Cyber security should be a company-wide concern, which is why we’re launching a cyber security magazine for managers.
Qatar’s defense minister signed a letter of intent on Sunday to purchase 24 Typhoon jets from British defense group BAE Systems in a deal likely to be worth more than £2bn.
Hackers have a tendency to hide malicious code in apps and software that you think is safe.
Internet users are up in arms after TorrentFreak found that The Pirate Bay has been stealing its user’s computer resources to mine cryptocurrency while they illegaly downloaded movies, games and software.
As many as 143m customers of Equifax, one of the three largest US credit agencies, had their information compromised in recent months after the company suffered a massive cyber security breach.
Gold prices inched closer to a one-year high this morning after North Korea tested a nuclear bomb over the weekend, spooking global investors.
Malta and Greece have been named as the top two countries in Europe most vulnerable to cyber attacks.
It looks like Uber’s board has voted on who it wants to be its new chief executive: Dara Khosrowshahi, the current chief executive of Expedia.
With each passing week US president Donald Trump’s administration looks more and more shaky.
North Korea conducted one of its most provocative ballistic missile tests earlier today, causing the markets to slide.
SonicSpy, GhostCtrl, Svpeng, SLocker, Triada, Invisible Man.
Google’s DeepMind artificial intelligence program recently taught itself how to walk.
It takes a special kind of person to dedicate their life to helping others.
Following widespread recent ransomware attacks, such as WannaCry and Petya, internet users everywhere are on edge.
Unless you’ve been under a rock for the past week, you’ll probably have seen the story of Chloe Ayling.