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Teenagers Collared for Using Lizard Squad DDoS Tool

Teenagers Collared for Using Lizard Squad DDoS Tool

Six males, aged between 15 and 18, arrested by NCA

CEOs Failing to Grasp Information Security Risk

CEOs Failing to Grasp Information Security Risk

Despite a continuing string of high-profile information security breaches, many organizations' leadership teams still have a very poor understanding of the threat they face, asserts a research note from leading analyst Ovum

Security Fears Drive Netflix Partner to Infrastructure Upgrade

Security Fears Drive Netflix Partner to Infrastructure Upgrade

As the media and entertainment industry becomes an increasing target for attacks, the knock-on effect of the increased cost of appropriate defense can be immense as shown by digital media supply-chain specialist Visual Data Media Services (VDMS)

Mumsnet Seeks to Boost Security after Spate of Attacks

Mumsnet Seeks to Boost Security after Spate of Attacks

DDoS attacks follow swatting and stolen logins

DDoS Attacks Rising and Getting More Targeted

DDoS Attacks Rising and Getting More Targeted

Verisign’s latest quarterly DDoS Trends Report , looking at the three months to 2015, has found a noticeable rise in distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks with finance, and especially Bitcoin, a particular focus for such threats

SANS Institute Identifies Cyber-Defenders of the Future

SANS Institute Identifies Cyber-Defenders of the Future

32 candidates chosen for Cyber Academy boot camp

Two-Thirds of UK Web Users Regard Right to Be Forgotten As Human Right

Two-Thirds of UK Web Users Regard Right to Be Forgotten As Human Right

Human rights are a touchy subject in the UK but according to new findings from a study conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of TRUSTe, 64% of British internet users agree that a digital 'Right to be Forgotten' should indeed be a human right.

Phishing Education Can Save Nearly $4m Annually

Phishing Education Can Save Nearly $4m Annually

The appropriate employee training can significantly reduce the financial consequences of phishing in the workplace clams a new research report from Wombat Security Technologies and the Ponemon Institute.

Trust in Security Low Among ‘Digital Natives’ – Report

Trust in Security Low Among ‘Digital Natives’ – Report

But the youth seem reluctant to take matters into their own hands

Symantec Publishes Crash Course in Car Security

Symantec Publishes Crash Course in Car Security

White paper tackles keyless locking and Bluetooth threats

Password-Based Authentication 'No Longer Capable of Meeting Modern Security Demands'

Password-Based Authentication 'No Longer Capable of Meeting Modern Security Demands'

As many as 84% of people responding to a survey by mobile authentication platform provider LaunchKey would like to totally eliminate passwords in a world where a near majority have more than 10 passwords to manage.

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