Infosecurity News

Wi-Fi Security Shame as Londoners Hand Over Data

Wi-Fi Security Shame as Londoners Hand Over Data

Consumers still blind to security dangers of public hotspots

FBI Indicts Pakistani Man for Selling Spyware

FBI Indicts Pakistani Man for Selling Spyware

StealthGenie broke the law, investigators claim

Porn Spammer Hacks Legit Sites to Sell Naked Celeb Pics

Porn Spammer Hacks Legit Sites to Sell Naked Celeb Pics

Hundreds of web servers have been compromised, says Cloudmark

(ISC)2 Congress 2014: Panel  Make Recommendations for Improving Cybersecurity Workforce Competency

(ISC)2 Congress 2014: Panel Make Recommendations for Improving Cybersecurity Workforce Competency

The (ISC)2 Foundation and University of Phoenix recently conducted a National Roundtable on Cybersecurity Workforce Competencies. At the (ISC)2 Congress, co-located with ASIS International, in Atlanta, a panel discussed the roundtable findings and the steps being taken by the educational institutions developing tomorrow’s cybersecurity talent.

Dragonfly/Havex Targeting Pharmaceutical Sector

Dragonfly/Havex Targeting Pharmaceutical Sector

While it's best-known for attacks on energy companies and use by Energetic Bear, Dragonfly malware is likely aimed at pharma companies.

CloudFlare Rolls Out Universal SSL

CloudFlare Rolls Out Universal SSL

The company is looking to encourage an "encryption by default" internet economy.

Investors Drive $4Mn into Car Cybersecurity

Investors Drive $4Mn into Car Cybersecurity

The funding will go to preventing costly recalls and uncovering vulnerabilities in a car's engine, airbags, navigation systems and so on.

Malicious Shellshock Traffic Invades the Web

Malicious Shellshock Traffic Invades the Web

Attackers actively scanning for vulnerable machines, says FireEye

Hundreds of US Stores Affected as POS Provider is Hacked

Hundreds of US Stores Affected as POS Provider is Hacked

Customers of over 300 restaurants may have had their card details stolen after Signature Systems breach

Yahoo! Says Government Data Requests Slowed in 2014

Yahoo! Says Government Data Requests Slowed in 2014

The internet giant complied with 83% of the requests for user information.

Weak Healthcare Sector Under Siege from Insider Threats, APTs

Weak Healthcare Sector Under Siege from Insider Threats, APTs

Threats to patients' records come from inside the network and without, necessitating a security overhaul.