Serious Fraud Office in Serious Trouble With ICO
Privacy watchdog fines SFO £180,000 after breach
Silk Road Investigators Charged With Stealing Bitcoins
Two federal special agents accused in complaint issued last week
Beijing May Target Foreign Websites in New DDoS Campaign
Rights group claims Great Firewall is now imposing Chinese censorship on users globally
Google on the Hook for UK Lawsuits over Secret Tracking
Google will be subject to suits over gathering personal data without user knowledge, including surfing habits, social class, race and ethnicity.
Anonymous Pledges 'Electronic Holocaust' Against Israel
The group is pledging a massive #OpIsrael attack for April 7 to protest "segregationalist Zionism."
Slack Hack: A Lack of Preparedness?
An intrusion in February allowed hackers to obtain access to user names, email addresses, Skype IDs, phone numbers and more.
UK Online Banking Fraud Jumps 50% in 2014
Fraudsters ramp up activity against consumers and businesses
Aussie Government Red-Faced After Major G20 Privacy Breach
Personal information of 31 world leaders was emailed to the wrong person
Massive DDoS Takes Out Anti-China GitHub Pages
Beijing suspected once again as developer platform struggles
UN Creates Privacy Watchdog to Go After Government Surveillance Programs
An expert will be tasked with investigating the privacy implications of member countries’ cyber-spying programs.
Twitch Botnets-for-Hire Inflate Video Views
Attackers have been compromising users’ computers to add them to botnets, which are rented out to artificially inflate Twitch channel audience numbers.
Retail, Financial Sectors Team Up on Formal Info-Sharing
They have created an intelligence-sharing portal that will link the two industries’ key players.