ISACA: Boards Must Add Cybersecurity Oversight to the Mix
Directors must get involved, or face firings and other consequences.
Fake Evernote Extension Blasts Web Surfers with Junk Ads
The offending adware evades browser detection by mimicking the real thing, leaving users unaware of the issue.
British Kids Exposed to Internet Porn from an Early Age
Thinktank IPPR’s findings spell worrying news for online security and cyber-bullying.
Ebola Runs Rampant! (In Email Boxes)
Criminals behind an Ebola-themed scam are actually interested in infections of a different sort.
Four on Trial for Match.com Dating Fraud
Alleged scammers managed to con one victim out of $290,000
UK Firms Don’t Think New EU Regulation Will Stop Data Breaches
Trend Micro study finds a large dose of skepticism and a distinct lack of preparation.
Obama Administration Rejects AP's Request for Healthcare.gov Cybersecurity Information
The government will not release information on data protection procedures, security software details or hacking attempts and successes for ObamaCare systems.
Met Police Push For Enforced Passcodes on All Mobile Devices
UK mobile phone security ranks shockingly low as phone theft persists.
US Nuclear Regulator Hit by Foreign Cyber Attacks
Another wake-up call for critical infrastructure organizations.
Microsoft Pulls Patch Tuesday Bulletin
Buggy bulletin causes reboot woe for users around the world.
UK Government Told to Pay £224 Million After e-Borders Fiasco
Border Agency advisers didn’t do their job, tribunal rules