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

SMEs Small businesses in the UK facing 10,000 cyber attacks every day

Small businesses in the UK are facing nearly 10,000 cyber attacks every day, with one in five of them suffering …

Breach Know your hacks: 8 of the biggest hacks in history!

In a week that's seen one of the largest hacks to date - U.S. bank Capital One suffered a data …

Hacking What’s Edwin Van Andel’s most memorable hack?

Edwin van Andel, Hacker and CEO at Zerocopter, discusses lawyers, floppy disks and Microsoft in this video where he recalls …

Breach Capital One: over 100 million individuals in U.S. and Canada hacked

Capital One Financial Corp said on Monday that personal information including names and addresses of about 100 million individuals in …

Cyber security Is Big Tech too powerful?

Uri Rosenthal, Commissioner, Global Commissioner on the Stability of Cyberspace, says that competition must be able to grow and thrive …

Cyber warfare How stable is cyber space right now?

Are we in troubled waters? Uri Rosenthal, Commissioner, Global Commissioner on the Stability of Cyberspace, describes the current state of …

Breach Data breaches in the UK costing organisations £2.99 million on average

Data breaches impacting UK organisations in the past year inflicted losses of up to £2.99 million to them on average, …

Cyber attack Democracy threatened as voting systems come under attack

A better understanding of cyber security is needed in election supply chains if democracy is to be protected. With Boris …

Threats Privacy concerns dominate as FaceApp crosses 100 million installations

A large number of users and security experts from across the world have expressed concern over the privacy policies of …

Phishing Phishing attack targeting financial organisations using SHTML file attachments

Security researchers recently detected and blocked a sophisticated phishing campaign targeting financial institutions that involved the use of SHTML file …

Wannacry Two years after WannaCry, 2,300 NHS computers are still running Windows XP

Jackie Doyle-Price, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department of Health, recently admitted that the NHS is still using …

Healthcare 18% of healthcare organisations looking to move their data back on premises

Even though a majority of healthcare organisations are either storing all or a major share of their data in the …