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News Wikileaks releases CIA ‘Archimedes’ malware documentation

WikiLeaks today laid bare a CIA hacking tool which helps the agency hack into computers inside Local Area Networks and …

News New malware uses readily-available software tools to attack government agencies

A new form of malware named Netrepser has been found to be using advanced software tools to steal information from …

News Germany believes Kremlin is supporting cyber-attacks on political parties to influence September elections

Germany has expressed concern over a spate of cyber-attacks perpetrated by Russian hackers on political parties, and believes Kremlin may …

News Info security hurdle stops consumers from downloading retail apps

A growing concern about how secure retail apps are and how they make use of consumer data is preventing many …

News Phishing is back- and it is BIG!

Teiss Head of Consulting, Jeremy Swinfen Green, considers why people still fall for phishing scams, how you can defend yourself from …

News #teissLondon2016 shortlisted for prestigious event awards

#teissLondon2016 has been shortlisted for two prestigious awards at the Conference Awards 2017. TEISS has been shortlisted for ‘Best Event …

News World Password Day and why Password123 is not a good idea

It's World Password Day again, a day we observe to reflect on our password habits, to learn more about securing …

News Fresh phishing attack spams hundreds of Gmail accounts, gains access to contact lists

A massive phishing attack is now targeting hundreds of Gmail accounts, masquerading as a Google Doc file and gaining access …

News India’s national biometric scheme breached: 135 million (and counting) records exposed

Personal identities of many as 135 million Indian citizens with Aadhaar numbers have been leaked due to non-implementation of information …

News Stop! This is why you shouldn’t fall for Facebook memes and concert questions

Answering questions which appear through Facebook memes may make you an ideal target for hackers, say security experts. A recent …

News 33% of all Brits believe that they could be victims of bank fraud in...

People's faith in security structures around online banking and banking apps seems to be dwindling, according to a new study …

News Google’s Chrome web browser tightens screws on websites lacking HTTPS certification

In a move to secure personal information of visitors from cyber-thieves, Google's Chrome web browser is now offering alerts to …