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Supply and demand changes will move SIEM from on premises to the cloud.
The largest collection of breached data in history has been discovered, comprising more than 770m email addresses and passwords posted to a popular hacking forum in mid-December.
IT security news was dominated by the growing number of enterprise cyber threats and the challenges facing IT security teams.
To mitigate the risk of these top security threats, organisations need to ensure that they implement best practice security.
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A targeted ransomware attack involved hackers taking a job vacancy posted on a company's website and posting it on international recruitment sites; one of the resumes included a Dharma Bip ransomwa
Although the tax season has long since passed, people are still at risk from email phishing scams, a MalwareBytes report claims.
It's never been easier to commit digital crime - but co-operation is key to catching crooks.
Others compared the Dixons Carphone breach to the compromise of US retailer Target in arguing lessons have not been learned.
17 of 24 European regulators who responded to a survey said they don't have the resources to do GDPR enforcement.
Bills to amend NSW licence legislation will be entering Parliament this month to allow citizens to carry their driver's licence on their smartphone.
Spanish daddy Sabadell talks up 'international integrations'.
Sportswear brand Under Armour announced today that its subsidiary MyFitnessPal was affected in a significant data beach, compromising as many as 150 million accounts.
The implementation of GDPR is simple, but only if you’re in a position to ask the right questions.
If you've not worked with the people who actually do the back-end work, there may well be a gap between what you're aiming to do and what's technically possible.
The FTC is warning users to read the fine print and do their homework before purchasing a VPN app as users could be opening themselves up to the very exploits they are looking to avoid.