Data Breaches led 3 Million Brits to Switch Service Provider
According to new research a by Privitar 3 million Brits have changed service providers as a direct result of data breaches.
UK Government Launches New Fraud Taskforce
Home Office looks to improve data sharing as online fraud soars
Two-thirds of Business Resigned to Suffering a Security Breach
Survey finds just one in five business decision makers feel all of their company’s data is secure.
Google Set to Ban Flash Display Ads Next Year
Web giant wants advertisers to go HTML5 by 2017
February Patch Tuesday Signals Six Critical Microsoft Bulletins
Admins will need to work through 22 flaws in Adobe Flash alone
Obama Debuts $19Bn Cybersecurity National Action Plan
Part of the plan is a much-needed software patching and updating audit, and more training and recruiting for cybersecurity specialists.
Poseidon Group Carries Out Global Cyber Espionage by Land, Air and Sea
The Poseidon Group is a previously undiscovered but long-standing team that's been stealing information for at least 10 years.
Mass EK-as-a-Service Campaign Compromises 30K+ Websites
The malware economy is also getting a boost from the on-demand use of exploit kits, which is causing a ransomware epidemic.
Microsoft Adds Mobile Email Protection for Exchange
With a Skycure integration, Microsoft Exchange is building in protection for the sensitive information stored in email.
Russian Hackers Shifted Ruble Exchange Rate – Report
Moscow-based security firm claims Corkow trojan was to blame
Imation Sells IronKey Technology to Kingston Digital and DataLocker
Kingston Digital has acquired the USB technology and assets of IronKey from Imation, and Imation has also sold the IronKey Enterprise Management Services (EMS) platform, to DataLocker.
DoJ and DHS Employee Details Exposed in Latest Hack
Hacker claims to have stolen data on 29,000 staffers