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

Threats UN Chief calls for global rules to protect innocent victims of cyber warfare

Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, has called for new global rules that could shield innocent civilians if nations …

Threats Local councils in the UK suffered 98 million cyber attacks since 2013: Report

Local councils across the UK suffered as many as 98 million cyber attacks in the last five years, resulting in …

Threats Cryptocurrency mining operation that targeted govt websites could be the ‘first of many’, expert...

A recent cryptocurrency mining operation that targeted over 5,000 websites in the UK, including that of the ICO, could be …

Threats Poorly-secured smart energy meters could place millions at risk from hackers, warns GCHQ

New smart energy meters that are set to be installed in 27 million homes across the UK have been flagged …

Threats Iranian military using iTunes and Play Store apps to spy on millions in the...

The Iranian military has developed several apps that contain sophisticated spying tools and are available on the App Store, Google …

Threats Microsoft won’t patch critical flaw in Skype but will launch new version instead, alleges...

Instead of immediately fixing a critical vulnerability in its Skype application, Microsoft has decided to wait and include a possible …

Threats UK publicly denounces Russia for being behind last year’s NotPetya cyber attack

The UK government has publicly denounced Russia for being behind the NotPetya cyber attack that took place last year and …

Threats Ethical cyber warfare

Retired Royal Naval officer Kieren Lovell shows Jeremy Swinfen Green, TEISS Head of Training, how to run ethical hacking exercises. …

Threats Cyber criminals looking to cash in on U.S. disaster relief funds, claims FEMA

Over 4.7 million Americans, who suffered massive financial losses to hurricanes, wildfires, and other disasters, applied for disaster relief funds …

Threats Winter Olympics website suffered 12-hour shutdown following major cyber-attack

In a development that wasn't entirely unexpected, the official Pyeongchang Winter Olympics' website went offline for around 12 hours after …

Threats Powerful Monero mining campaign targets several government websites

A rapidly-expanding operation to mine Monero, a popular cryptocurrency, targeted over 5,000 websites in the UK, forcing government agencies to …

Threats Russian nuclear scientists arrested for using supercomputer to mine cryptocurrency

Several nuclear scientists posted at a nuclear warhead facility in Russia were arrested after authorities discovered that they were trying …