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Expert insights: Should we be preparing for cyberwar with Russia?
Days after the missile strike on Syria by Western powers, fears are growing over a potential retaliation by Russia - here's what the experts think.
IBM Security unveils new AI platform to defend against cyberattacks
The company has invested more than 200,000 hours of R&D into this platform, which includes technologies from Cisco, McAfee, Symantec and others.
What do cybercriminals spend their money on? Sex, drugs & toilet roll
Cybercriminals in Bromium's report were earning up to £1.4m a year and had a number of fascinating spending habits.
PHOTO GALLERY: Thales holds media event calling attention to cybersecurity
Today in Paris Thales opened its doors to international media to demonstrate with concrete examples how cybersecurity impacts businesses & citizens.
Ransomware on the rise, creeping into business critical systems
Verizon's comprehensive annual DBIR report has just been released with a number of shocking findings like ransomware incidents doubling in number.
"Utterly frightening": UK's critical infrastructure is under attack
The NCSC recently issued a warning that the UK's critical infrastructure has been under cyberattack for at least a year.
175 days to detect a network intruder in EMEA - just 77 in US
A study has revealed the median time for an EMEA business to detect an intruder is more than double that in the US - and it's much worse in APAC.
ZoneFox founder shares motivations for founding cybersecurity company
Robin Block sat down with Jamie Graves to discuss the cybersecurity industry, the founding of ZoneFox, and find out what drives him to succeed.
New report delves deep into cybercrime - and forecasts its future
Now in its tenth year, Trustwave has released its encyclopaedic report that details both current and future threats that are crucial to be aware of.
INTERVIEW: SolarWinds MSP security VP lays industry bare
Cybercrime is a business and the rising number of attacks is not a result of criminals getting smarter -most businesses just have poor cyber hygiene.
Cofense to bring phishing’s meteoric rise back down to earth
Formerly PhishMe, Cofense is on a mission to stamp out phishing and is celebrating its rebranding by offering you FREE party packs.
Northern Irish Parliament victim of brute force cyberattack
A number of computers were hacked and have now been disabled - and the Scottish and English parliaments have had the same attack in the last year.
Businesses are more aware of cybercrime but still not prepared
Findings from a survey of senior security executives revealed the majority are aware of cybercrime's rise - but they're not ready.
Global cybercrime lord busted, but expert says just a drop in the ocean
Cybereason's senior director says the arrest of the Carbanak gangleader will just look like a 'rounding error' for overall cybercrime profits.
Monash University researchers scour dark web to understand cybercrime
IT researchers at Monash University have exposed activity on the dark web that could spell the end for some cybercriminals.
Mastermind of EUR 1 BILLION global cybercrime gang arrested
Europol has arrested the suspected leader of the Carbanak gang with the cooperation of law enforcement around the world, but experts remain sceptical.
New cybersecurity export strategy from UK govt to bolster global defences
The UK government today announced the launch of a new strategy to support the export of the nation’s cybersecurity technologies.
EXCLUSIVE: Continuum leaders share insights on state of cybercrime
We were able to catch up with two of Continuum's executives after its sold out European Partner day - they both see danger ahead for SMBs.
SURVEY: 70% of customers would leave a business after a breach
A recent study from Gemalto proves it’s not just data that is lost following a breach – you’ll lose most of your customers too.
Report finds legacy cybersecurity a cinch for modern cybercrime
Data collected in 2017 shows that attacks like ransomware and cryptojacking are easily bypassing legacy security solutions due to lax businesses.
Zuckerberg admits “we made mistakes” in Facebook data breach
Mark Zuckerberg has issued a statement following the bombshell that Facebook's data of 50m people has been misused to "change audience behaviour.
Report uncovers big business of cybercrime – but just how big?
'Would you like anything else with your $10 DDoS attack-as-a-service sir?' Armor's report paints a disturbing picture of the cybercrime market.
Not a Bitcoin owner? You're still fair game for a cryptomining attack
Check Point has released a 'cryptomining 101' document that details how cybercriminals hack into devices to steal their CPU power for illicit mining.
Expert explains fighting cloud’s ‘biggest security risk’ – the user
Routed's director says while cloud providers are responsible for securing the cloud, only the organisation can secure how they use it.