Cyber insurance is now a requirement for businesses, yet the need for personal protection is growing and personal cyber attack insurance could become normal soon.
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.
When one thinks of comics they think of superheroes.
Cyber security should be a company-wide concern, which is why we’re launching a cyber security magazine for managers.
If you crack your phone screen and take it to a high-street phone repair shop, there’s a chance that hackers may be able to access your information.
Cyber attacks are one of the biggest threats facing governments and companies across the world and new UK legislation wants organisations to pay for bad security.
The majority of cars in the UK are smart cars now, with features such as GPS tracking and wifi.
US president Donald Trump has rolled back on suggestions the US and Russia could work together to form what he called an “impenetrable cyber security shield” to prevent any future tampering by foreign powers in the country’s elections.
The UK government wants the country to be a leader in autonomous vehicle technology.
Even the largest cyber security vendors can use all the help they can get.
Heathrow Airport earlier warned passengers they might have to fly without their luggage today after a system failure.
If you ask enterprises, security remains the top IoT deployment challenge.
Cyber-security legislation banning the collection and sale of users’ personal information will come into force across China on Thursday.
On Saturday morning, a power surge knocked British Airways’ data centre offline.
Following the ransomware cyber attacks on the NHS last week, the public has been reminded of the challenges to security that come with increased use of wireless devices and electronic medical records.
There is evidence to link North Korean hackers with the massive WannaCry cyber attack that infiltrated the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) and over 300,000 computers worldwide on Friday.
In enterprise cyber security, every vendor yearns to be a so-called platform vendor – one that sells all the software an organisation needs.
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.
Fancy Bear, the Russian hacking group which targeted Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee during the US presidential election, has turned its focus to French politics.
When it comes to corporate cyber security all stakeholders agree on one thing: data reigns supreme.
We’re only a few months into 2017 and cyber attacks seem to be hitting the headlines even more regularly than last year.
There’s no doubt that security remains one of the biggest strategic and tactical concerns for every enterprise.
Highly-desired Aga cookers have joined the growing list of products that can be classed as cyber security risks.
Firstly, to call it a hack is probably wrong.
A new Public Accounts Committee report has said the UK government faces “a real struggle” to fight the threats of cyber security.
The value of total fraud in the UK — not limited to the cybersphere — surpassed £1bn for the first time since 2011, according to a report published yesterday by accountancy firm KPMG.
On 9 January, US medical device company St.