Thursday Threat Report: Whispering malware, 2 million leaked passwords, and malware coming to the home thanks to Linux
We round up the 3 biggest threats you need to be aware of this week, including malware that can whisper between infected computers using ultrasound, and 2 million personal details leaked online.
New documents released by Edward Snowden reveal that the NSA is collecting records from over five billion mobile phone calls around the world each day.
ARM has recently unveiled the findings of a new comprehensive report by the Economist Intelligence Unit entitled "The Internet of Things Business Index: A quiet revolution gathers pace."
Microsoft has labelled the US government an “advanced persistent threat” as part of an overhaul of it processes designed to close the door to NSA spying. But is this real change, or only cosmetic?
Cyber sketchballs have scooped up more than two million passwords from sites like Facebook, Google and Yahoo via their malicious range of attacks, recent reports reveal.
UK businesses are failing to realise basic security standards with 73 per cent lacking a formal BYOD policy, according to a new report.
German scientists have designed a form of malware that uses high-frequency sound to transmit data between infected computers with no Internet connection. Is this evidence that badBIOS exists?
Researchers have honed in on a Linux worm capable of infecting connected home devices, including routers, set-top boxes and security cameras. Did the Internet of things just get dangerous?
We pick out the best security software of the year, including the top antivirus program, and the best password manager.
Identity and access management helps determine who has authorised access to what resources and for how long. IAM governance from IBM takes care of this risk control.
The telecommunications giant will be pulling out of the US market in order to quash claims of cyber spying and improve the relationship between the US and China, according to the company's CEO.