A wide range of articles, videos and interviews concerning persistent and current threats that organisations face.

Threats More countries joining the cyber warfare bandwagon to meet political aims

At a time when the UK is struggling to cope with the covert cyber warfare carried out by state-sponsored Russian …

Threats Uber halts autonomous vehicle tests after accident claims woman’s life

Uber has been forced to halt autonomous vehicle tests after an accident involving one of its autonomous cars claimed a …

Threats Greater coordination between stakeholders a must to improve IoT security

The Royal Academy of Engineering and the PETRAS Internet of Things research hub have called for greater coordination between the …

Threats U.S. agencies using GrayKey devices to hack into citizens’ iPhones

A sophisticated iPhone unlocker device named GrayKey is being used frequently by law enforcement authorities in the United States to …

Threats UK could launch offensive cyber operations against Russia

The UK could launch "offensive cyber operations" against Russia as part of a series of retaliatory measures after investigators concluded …

Threats Microsoft announces AI platform for Windows 10 but experts warn of security risks

Microsoft announced last week that it will launch a new AI platform for Windows 10 that will allow developers to …

Threats London firms losing £26 million every month to hackers: Scotland Yard

New statistics from the Scotland Yard's cyber crime unit have confirmed how cyber criminals are exploiting the human factor to …

Threats China altering its vulnerability data: why it matters

Priscilla Moriuchi, Director of Strategic Threat Development at Recorded Future, has undertaken research which shows that China has been altering public vulnerability data to …

Threats Over 9.32 bn malware attacks launched by hackers in 2017

Cyber criminals across the globe launched as many as 9.32 billion malware attacks last year, taking advantage of over 12,500 …

IoT Threats that smart cities pose: profiling and predictive policing

Tom Sorrell, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Essex, gives us two illuminating examples of how data generated in …

Cyber warfare David Martinon, French Ambassador for Digital Affairs on how to demotivate attackers

Warfare, after land, sea, air and space, has entered the fifth domain: cyberspace. Cyber warfare is, undeniably, a reality. Yet, …

Threats Cyber criminals could use AI tools to perpetrate large-scale scams

Cyber criminals could start using AI tools to mimic habits and writing skills of millions of people, thereby spreading malware …