A UK abortion advice service has been whacked with a £200,000 fine after an inquiry found that it failed to sufficiently protect patient data that was hacked by Anonymous.
Yes, it’s stating the obvious really – don’t do your online banking down a net café – but Europol does point to the increasing prevalence of attacks via public Wi-Fi.
Conference organisers have confirmed that he will speak via video link from Russia and cover a variety of topics related to user privacy and how the tech community must protect users going forwards.
There's a new site offering up an "important update" for Flash which is so determined to have you download something it'll launch no less than three pop-up prompts at once. Don't get caught out!
Distributed denial-of-service (or DDoS) attacks aren’t new – however, the ferocity and volume of attacks has risen sharply over recent months. Here's how you can prepare yourself for the worst.
Last week saw the RSAC trade show, and the assembled minions of the security industry had plenty to talk about, from the NSA to why mobile antivirus doesn’t work.
Nicknamed the "Snowden Phone" for NSA leaker Edward Snowden, FreedomPop's Privacy Phone promises secure communications, anonymous Internet access, and much more.
In the case of the iPhone 5S, you might think shutting off your mobile device will prevent it from knowing exactly where you are, but a report on Reddit is now suggesting otherwise.
F-Secure’s latest report for the second half of 2013 makes for interesting reading, and it gives Google credit for keeping the Play store clean.
The Information Commissioner’s Office will be able to conduct “compulsory audits” on the NHS when it comes to patient data.
As the End of Life for Windows XP edges closer, almost a third of the world's machines are still running on the outdated OS. Here's why the end of XP doesn’t have to be the end of security for SMEs.