Cyber attack on Scottish Parliament comes after MPs at Westminster were targeted in June by a similar brute force attack
North Korean hackers reportedly step up their activity as tensions with the US increase
Marcus Hutchins pleads not guilty in Milwaukee court to writing and selling malware used in Kronos banking Trojan
Hutchins pleads not guilty on six charges of writing and distributing malware
The framework can work with any ledger or operating system
Raj Samani, chief scientist at McAfee, reveals the hive of activity that's kicked off at security firms during a big attack
Despite the terrorist threat encryption is 'very positive' and should not be weakened says former head of MI5
'I'm not personally one of those who believes we should weaken encryption' says Jonathan Evans
Firewalls and cloud and hacking, oh my!
Synthetic DNA could prove to be a new route into critical systems
Someone high up in Indian politics with something to hide?
A third of all cyber incidents in Q2 targeted manufacturers
Blu maintains that any data that is collected from users' smartphones is purely 'for OTA functionality'
Legislation implements GDPR without involving Europe
US security services embarrassed again in new WikiLeaks disclosure
New legislation would impose minimum security standards on IoT devices - and also encourage 'good faith' hackers to test them
Sentence "sends a strong message to cyber criminals," says FBI
Security researcher credited with stopping WannaCry arrested by the FBI and charged with making and selling Kronos banking Trojan
Hutchins was stopped at the airport as he returned home following the Black Hat and Def Con conferences in Las Vegas
Symantec had been facing 'punishment' for issuing iffy certificates
But it's not on a 'no-win, no-fee' basis
No-one will ever guess that the password is 'Password123'
American and British respondents were the most confident, but among the least prepared
Trainee doctors' personal details spilled via carelessly published spreadsheet
Once could be considered an accident, but twice???
Amber Rudd takes campaign for an end to end-to-end encryption to Silicon Valley giants Google and Facebook
"Real people" don't need fully private and encrypted communications, argues home secretary
European Commmissioner Andrus Ansip proposes new European cyber security centre to certify security of technology products
But does the EU need yet another organisation to tackle IT security?