The IT Security Thing A to Z of threatscape predictions for 2018, from some of the best respected thought leaders in the cybersec industry
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
If you thought that leaving the EU meant leaving behind the potential impact of GDPR, you thought wrong. The new legislation will simply bring GDPR wholesale into UK law.
If ransomware is rubbish, as one vendor insisted recently, then why is it so successful? IT Security Thing found itself in Dublin recently, living the rock and roll lifestyle. Well, I stayed in a hotel owned by Bono and The Edge from U2 if that counts. It’s certainly a close call, as one of my afternoons […]
New data suggests that 98% of Microsoft Office-targeted threats use macros, which shows that the current Microsoft mitigation methodology isn’t working.
IT Security Thing’s Davey Winder has been telling anyone who will listen that the FBI is being disingenuous when it comes to demanding a backdoor from Apple.
There’s an interesting article that has just been published in the MIT Technology Report that gels with our findings here at IT Security Thing; namely that when it comes Chinese cybercrime, China gets as good as it gives when it comes to cyber-attacks.