Filter news by category
Search articles by keyword
Darktrace uses machine learning and AI algorithms to detect and respond to cyber-threats
City of London Police are offering to train business leaders and IT security in cyber security using a Lego simulation that is surprisingly close to real life
Cyber-attacks in the retail sector are becoming more organised and structured, according to analysis of threat intelligence and breach incidents by Trustwave.
The security industry has welcomed plans to fight cybercrime in the heart of London using a community-based approach, but says more investment in cyber security skills is required
The administrators of the DDoS marketplace webstresser.org were arrested on 24 April 2018 as a result of Operation Power Off, a complex investigation led by the Dutch Police and the UK’s National Crime Agency with the support of Europol
A cybercrime group is targeting the health sector and related industries in the US, Europe and Asia in a suspected corporate espionage campaign, researchers warn
Nearly half of UK manufacturers have been hit by a cyber security incident, according to a report by an industry organisation, which calls for greater government focus on the specific security needs of the sector
Businesses that operate online should be working to ensure operational resilience, while the financial sector should focus more on collaboration, says professional services firm KPMG
Britain’s spy agencies cannot offer “absolute protection” against Russian cyber-attacks and are instead focused on preventing assaults that would “most impact on our way of life”, in the wake of the Salisbury poisoning, GCHQ is warning.
Government is urging UK organisations to defend against cybercrime, as newly released figures show that large numbers of businesses and charities suffered at least one cyber-attack in the past year
Midlands Fraud Forum Ltd. Reg.No: 06436330 Copyright © March 2014