Companies aren’t doing enough to disconnect access to computer systems for ex employees and almost one in ten has admitted to accessing a system after leaving.
New research shows a lack of trust in brick and mortar retailers as well as an increased thirst to be made aware when suspicious activity takes place on an account.
Many experts believe we’ve seen just a glimpse of the potential threat landscape devastation. So, what’s behind the headlines?
An enquiry by Italian investigators has given Google 18 months to reform its privacy policies before it faces a fine of up to €1 million and possible criminal proceedings.
Apple’s mobile platform is seen as highly secure, but a forensic scientist and hacker has been busy pointing out multiple holes including backdoors and surveillance mechanisms.
A new variant of banking malware has begun to be advertised on online hacker forums, billing itself as the new hottest thing in the cybercriminal underground market.
The Internet of Things represents a considerable opportunity, but businesses need an infrastructure that affords the flexibility, agility and scalability to meet the changes of this new era.
The use of mobile devices for work purposes is on the up, creating all sorts of new opportunities for the modern worker. But with these come a fair few risks. Here's how to stay safe and mobile.
By accessing open Wi-Fi and with no security in place on mobile devices, employees could endanger themselves and their companies' data while on holiday this summer.
While the rest of the world is debating the rights and wrongs of the “right to be forgotten”, one Portuguese entrepreneur with remarkably few scruples has been making a fast buck out of the idea.
It was quite a coup for HOPE (Hackers On Planet Earth). At the 2014 hacker event, Hope X, in New York City this weekend, Edward Snowden delivered a speech to those in attendance...