Europol has taken down the WebStresser service, one of the biggest DDoS-for-hire portals, as part of Operation Power Off
The High Court has ruled that the controversial Investigatory Powers Act (2016), also known as the Snoopers’ Charter, is illegal and must be amended.
Uber suffers 57 million record data breach, then pays hush-money to prevent disclosure to customers in shocking cover-up that has now been exposed
IT Security Thing we met with Joseph Opacki, VP at PhishLabs, who spoke about the latest organisational phishing threats, such as Business Email Compromise (BEC).
Sometimes a company’s staff can be a bigger security liability than malware or hackers, as was the case with the recent Swedish transport agency database situation.
Once the domain of political hacktivists and old-school protection racketeers, the DDoS attack is increasingly being used in common or garden data theft. Here’s what you need to know.
Researchers from the University of Illinois have published a paper entitled MoLe: Motion Leaks through Smartwatch Sensors, which, if you believed everything you read online, might lead you to think that your smartwatch is at risk to hackers.
There are some handy hackers out there, no doubt; but hacking by hand is becoming an increasingly scarce commodity with the rise of automatic cybercrime.
Could old hardware be weakening your security posture? New research regarding a design flaw in pre-Sandy Bridge Intel processor architecture provides plenty of food for secure thought.