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Five Plead Guilty To Hacking Rival

Five Plead Guilty To Hacking Rival

Five employees at UK IT security reseller Quadsys have pled guilty to hacking a rival company’s servers

Snowden Proposes Smartphone Privacy Introspection Engine

Snowden Proposes Smartphone Privacy Introspection Engine

Whistle-blower turned Russia-based privacy advocate Edward Snowden has proposed a device that will inform users when their phones are tracking or disclosing their location.

Indie Record Label Admits To Data Breach Following Hack

Indie Record Label Admits To Data Breach Following Hack

Beggars Group, a conglomerate of many of the world’s biggest independent record labels, has confirmed it was hacked

CompTIA Launches New Training Program To Combat Human Error Data Breaches

CompTIA Launches New Training Program To Combat Human Error Data Breaches

CompTIA has launched a new training program designed to combat data breaches caused directly by human error

Donald Trump's Take on Cyberwarfare Makes Concerning Reading

Donald Trump's Take on Cyberwarfare Makes Concerning Reading

In a recent interview the Republican presidential nominee discussed his plans for cybersecurity

Auto Industry Develops Security Best Practices

Auto Industry Develops Security Best Practices

Car makers pool resources to improve baseline cybersecurity

Three Quarters of US Firms Have Failed to Detect Breach – Report

Three Quarters of US Firms Have Failed to Detect Breach – Report

Employee errors lead to sensitive data ending up in competitors’ hands

Tinder Spammers in ‘Verified Profile’ Scam

Tinder Spammers in ‘Verified Profile’ Scam

Symantec warns users to check the small print

Banking, Porn and Pokémon Go: Republican Convention Attendees Sloppy With Wi-Fi Security

Banking, Porn and Pokémon Go: Republican Convention Attendees Sloppy With Wi-Fi Security

Attendees at the Republican National Convention negligent over Wi-Fi connections and risk exposing sensitive data

Alleged Kickass Torrent Founder Arrested, Site Goes Offline

Alleged Kickass Torrent Founder Arrested, Site Goes Offline

The alleged founder and owner of Kickass Torrents, one of the biggest piracy sites on the web, has been arrested in Poland

UK Records Six Million Cyber Offenses In One Year

UK Records Six Million Cyber Offenses In One Year

Nearly six million cybercrimes were committed in England and Wales during the last year, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed

Health Data on Nearly Every Dane Sent to Chinese Firm

Health Data on Nearly Every Dane Sent to Chinese Firm

Postal blunder sees unencrypted CDs delivered to wrong address

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