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A bumper year for Facebook bug bounty, as ⅔ of 2015’s total spend has been hit in the first half of 2016 alone. What has Facebook been doing right (and wrong), and what does ...
IDC report shows rising security spend over next 4 years, but will business be any better off? We take a look at the repercussions behind the predictions.
New research shows that consumers are unable to deal with the increasingly complex demands of digital security, and are finding it an increasingly stressful issue to manage.
Can you imagine your banker saying “it’s not a question of if I lose your money, but when will I lose your money”?
From scaled up DNS filtering to the new National Cyber Security Centre, the UK Government is taking a broad set of steps to aid enterprise security - but how effective will they ...
The world’s biggest DDoS attack this week is in many ways just the most recent attack in 10-odd years of the technique, but may be the turning point - where protecting from the ...
The vast majority of UK business leaders believe that tougher penalties are required to help prevent major breaches - but are they right?
Yahoo has admitted to the biggest data breach in history, losing more than half a billion users details to a ‘state-sponsored’ attack
New report from insurance giant Lloyds claims that businesses have become ‘complacent’ as attacks rise - meanwhile GDPR preparations are being ignored.
Pattern of attacks suggest unknown actors are testing key parts of the internet’s infrastructure - what does this mean for your business?
New research claims that enterprises face a bill of more than half a million pounds per security incident. We take a look at the figures, and how to mitigate them in the real world.
An extensive suite of offensive surveillance tools has been dumped online, allegedly hacked from the NSA. What does this tell us about the state of cybersecurity?