Security experts discuss today's biggest threats: 'Organised crime will hit the financial sector hard soon'
A panel of CIOs and CISOs at a recent Computing event discuss their biggest fears, with organised crime and DDoS attacks topping the pile
Article 29 Working Party takes firms to task
System replaces standard password format with self-taken photo
Attack on web host OVH generated a huge 1.5Tbps of traffic at its peak
Cortana picks up 'new skills' as part of AI additions
Oracle's eighth acquisition this year will be combined with its identity and access management tools
Poor communications, no consistent central governance and little assessment of performance, watchdog finds
Sophisticated attacks appear to be probes, says Bruce Schneier
Boards still fail to comprehend the sophistication of their adversaries, warns expert panel
Companies ignored warnings, claims security firm SEC Consult
Machine learning platforms could make data scientist roles redundant, says Pearson CIO
Bail granted for 32-year-old current Sage employee
Can a phone built on cloud power survive in the real world?
Attack on Target a prime example
New service aimed at companies requiring secure audit and compliance
Don't be the next security headline
Charity picks CenturyLink public as it dumps on-premise systems
Redmond joins the blockchain party in partnership with Blockstack and ConsenSys
Giovanni Buttarelli says system would not survive legal scrutiny
Move will centralise security management, says acting CISO Tim Moorey
Malware used in Bangladesh Bank attack related to that deployed against Sony Pictures in 2014, claims BAE Systems
V3 chats to head of ICT for UEFA Daniel Marion
Forgotten your password? Maybe the Russian mafia can help...
"If I can hack my lights I can probably do the same for my neighbour's room..."