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
Man in the middle (MitM) attacks are, unfortunately, both nothing new and well exploited out there in the wild. Could man in the cloud attacks emerge as the next attack surface ripe for exploiting?
As T-Mobile data from the Experian data breach starts to go up for sale on the dark web, IT Security Thing explores what the IT security industry thinks of this debacle.
IT Security Thing is present at numerous tech events across any given year, including the Red Hat Summit 2018 in San Francisco
It may have been world password day recently, but people need to do more to up their own security settings.
Forgotten your password? A new form of biometric authentication technology is looking into using your skull, and not fingerprints, to log you in.
Just as malware is malicious software, so we have malvertising, which is malicious advertising. Unlike malware though, malvertising can literally eat away at your revenue stream if you are an online content provider.