ITProPortal spoke to Duncan Trigg, the man behind Project Sunblock, about the new initiative to display police warnings on illegal sites. How big is the problem, and will this have any effect?
Chinese hackers have broken into the computer systems of three Israeli defence contractors instrumental in the construction of Israel’s Iron Dome missile defence system.
Security researchers at Kaspersky Lab discovered that the malware is a lot harder to detect that its predecessor, Cryptolocker, as it uses Tor to remain anonymous.
The US Congress is famous for being mired in inefficiency, bureaucracy and partisanship, but apparently there’s one task it has no trouble getting done – editing Wikipedia articles.
A new piece of banking malware called “Operation Emmental” is targeting banks around the world, particularly in countries like Switzerland and Austria.
Russia’s government has issued a 4 million rubles (about £60,000) bounty to anyone who cracks the Tor anonymity network’s encryption protocols. Think you've got what it takes?
IP EXPO Europe is an event dedicated to the major developments in the world of IT, designed to help advise business leaders on how to run a successful enterprise.
To leverage the advantages of mobility, such as increased employee satisfaction, improved productivity and overall agility, the network should be capable of providing a seamless user experience.
This HP whitepaper outlines what these concerns are and gives some hints as to how the perceived threats can be mitigated against.
Inmite has developed mobile banking apps among others, and will bring 40 new employees to security outfit Avast’s workforce.
We round up the three biggest threats you need to be aware of this week, including the new banking malware you need to be worried about, and how to find out if your passwords have been leaked online.