Darktrace pushes machine learning to take some of the pressure off of IT and security teams
Microsoft, Google and Samsung all targeted as Avast admits to the scale of the CCleaner compromise
Revelation comes just four months after WannaCry struck
'We'll keep fighting to fight to keep the web free and open,' claim EFF
Breached in March by the same attackers, claim 'insiders'
Avast admits that 2.27 million installations were affected
And about time, too!
Equifax claims that UK information spillage is insufficient for identity thieves
Equifax CEO Richard Smith has a busy month ahead of him
Eugene Kaspersky to testify before the House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology
Bitcoin falls by more than one-third as China begins clampdown on exchanges
Granular, app-by-app permissions coming to Windows 10 in October Creators Update
GDPR: New UK Data Protection Bill exempts journalists and researchers handling personal data without consent
Data Protection Bill intended to transpose GDPR into UK law, post-Brexit
Department of Homeland Security orders all federal agencies to identify and remove Kaspersky products from IT systems
Patch Tuesday sees Microsoft issue fixes for 82 security flaws, including one exploited by FinFisher spyware
Microsoft .Net framework flaw exploited by dodgy spyware hawker FinFisher among 82 security fixes
As expected, Google will 'distrust' all Symantec digital certificates - starting with Chrome 66, out in early 2018
Symantec certificates to be deprecated following a series of issues
But you'll have to wait until December before Chrome 63 is released
'Assume you are already hacked. At all times,' warns Carbon Black security strategist Rick McElroy
90-minute exercise highlighted 'a number of strategic concerns'
Ninety-nine per cent of Android devices currently vulnerable
EU plans for 'upload filters' to tackle online piracy attacked as Chinese-style internet surveillance
EU-wide introduction of 'ancillary copyright' also proposed
Microsoft Security Response Center has been sitting on the bug all year
Proposed new immigration system would be 'as digital, flexible and frictionless for individuals and employers as possible'
'Limited personal information' of UK and Canadian residents also compromised in Equifax breach