Georgia Claims DHS Tried to Hack Voter Database
Secretary of state Kemp demands answers
Ransomware Jumps Threefold in 2016
Kaspersky Lab claims firms now hit once every 40 seconds
Steel Giant ThyssenKrupp Hit by Major Cyber Attack
Data breach detected early on, says German firm
#IMCUS: Securing the IoT Presents a Host of Tough Business Challenges
IoT products must come out of the gate with easy and natural security that doesn’t rely on consumer awareness.
Floki Bot Improves on Zeus Banking Code to Grab PoS Info
Rather than simply copying the Zeus trojan "as-is,” Floki Bot has new capabilities making it an even more attractive tool for criminals.
Legal Firms Draw Hackers Looking to Compromise Clients
Legal firms, as a sector, are now about even with the retail industry when it comes to being targeted by hackers.
Piracy Spikes with Millions of Offers, Threatening Pay-TV
There are more than 16.5 million visits per month to the top 100 pirate IPTV supplier websites.
Only a Quarter of Firms Can Detect and Respond to Breaches
Tripwire study shows organizations are lacking right skills and tools
Nine in Ten NHS Trusts Still on Windows XP
Health service blasted for poor security
ESET: Millions of Net Users Possibly Exposed to Malicious Malvertising Campaign
Cyber-criminals have been distributing malicious ads which redirect users to the Stegano exploit kit
#IMCUS: Attracting the New Cybersecurity Specialist Takes Soft Skills
What contributes to employee dissatisfaction? Hint: It’s not about the money.
#IMCUS: How to Evolve Your BYOD in a Heavily Regulated Industry
At the Infosecurity Magazine Conference in Boston 06-07 December 2016, Ken Patterson, CISO at Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare discussed how to balance BYOD risk and reward.