Execs Ignore IT Staff’s Security Advice
Security staff wrestles with convincing management of the severity of cyber-threats, and finding a place in the boardroom to begin with.
Millennials Are Cyber-Slackers When it Comes to Security
18-34 year-olds put themselves at a higher risk than most by doing things like checking financial accounts on public Wi-Fi and not using a password on their phones.
Chip-and-PIN Deadline: US Nowhere Near Ready
Also, most cards will still only require the presenter to provide a signature to complete the transaction.
Banking Malware Gangs Refocus Efforts on UK
Sphinx, Kronos and Shifu all aimed at British banks
Experian Data Breach Exposes Details of 15 Million Users
T-Mobile customers are among those affected
Tech Support Scammers Will Make $1.5bn this Year
Microsoft claims to have received over 175,000 complaints
With Budgets Flat, EMEA is Underinvesting in Security
A disconcerting 68% and 60% of EMEA companies surveyed are still running Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 respectively.
Companies Take an Average of 100-120 Days to Patch Vulnerabilities
There have been over 1.2 billion successful exploits witnessed in 2015 to date, an increase of 445% from 2014.
Norse Snags $11.4M in Additional Series A Funding
The investment will enable KPMG’s member firms to offer Norse threat intelligence products and services to clients.
UK in Top Five Most Targeted EMEA Nations
FireEye stats show education is worst hit in first half of 2015
Russian Citadel Hacker Sentenced to 4.5 Years
Belorossov said to have infected over 7,000 victims
Most Security Pros Want Life-Threatening Flaws Made Public
If manufacturer doesn’t want to know, the masses should be told