News Hackers accessed Sprint subscriber accounts via Samsung website

US telecom services provider Sprint has informed customers that unknown hackers accessed their account details without authorisation via the Samsung.com …

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 …

Threat intelligence Understanding the MITRE ATT&CK Matrix

Richard Cassidy, Sr Director Security Strategy at Exabeam looks at the origins of the MITRE ATT&CK, what the goals of …

News FTC issues £3.98 billion fine to Facebook in Cambridge Analytica ruling

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has decided to fine Facebook a massive $5 billion (£3.98 billion) for its role in …

Leadership Paving the way for younger leaders in information security

Tom Linckens, Former Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Bertelsmann, explains how information sharing between the public and private …

News ICO issued monetary fines totalling over £3m to firms in 2018-19

The Information Commissioner's Office issued 22 monetary fines totalling over £3 million under the Data Protection Act 1998 and 23 …

Cyber security Is it time for security to go back to basics?

Tim Bandos, Vice President of Cyber Security, Digital Guardian discusses how companies should and can go back to basics to …

News Unprotected MongoDB database found containing over 188m personal data records

Security researcher Bob Diachenko along with a team from Comparitech recently discovered a publicly-available database that contained nearly 188 million …

Leadership How to ensure your IT strategy is strategic, not reactive

Julian Box, CEO at data privacy specialist Calligo, discusses how companies can ensure that their outsourced IT partners deliver value …

ChinaNews Chinese border guards installing spyware on tourists' smartphones

An alarming new report has revealed that Chinese border guards are forcibly installing a surveillance app on smartphones owned by …

News Chinese smart home device maker leaked over 2 billion data records

Orvibo, a Chinese smart home solutions provider, recently left a huge database unprotected that contained over 2 billion user logs …

News MD of accidental claims firm made £1.5m by selling personal data of accident victims

The Manchester City & Salford Magistrates Court has fined a former managing director of Accident Claims Limited for illegally obtaining …