This week, we discuss ICANN's warning about DNS attacks, the extent of credential stuffing attacks on the retail sector, password managers' responses to recent research into security flaws, and the European Data Protection Supervisor's annual report for 2018.
This week, we discuss a security flaw affecting 1Password, Dashlane, KeePass and LastPass; the prevalence of historic vulnerabilities in corporate IT systems; the increase in formjacking attacks; and Wendy's $50 million data breach settlement.
This week, we discuss the compromise of Metro Bank's two-factor authentication system, nearly one million cyber attacks on the Student Loans Company, nearly 60,000 GDPR breaches and a surprising discovery for some marine biologists
This week, we discuss Google's €50 million GDPR fine, GDPR complaints against eight streaming services, Facebook’s Supreme Court appeal and its potential effects on the EU-US Privacy Shield, and an Emergency Directive from the US Department of Homeland Security.
This week, we discuss how the US government shutdown is affecting federal websites' security, the sentencing of a man who knocked Liberia's Internet offline with a botnet, and what a no-deal Brexit means for data protection
This week, we discuss a Bank of England cyber resilience exercise, the latest cyber security news from the US Office of Personnel Management, the highlights of this month's Patch Tuesday, and a surprising admission by a Japanese cyber security minister
This week, we discuss BA's update about its recent data breach, the 9.4 million victims of Cathay Pacific's data breach, Eurostar's password reset, and an indictment for the criminals behind an extortion attempt at lynda.com
This week, we discuss the stalemate between Bloomberg Businessweek and Supermicro, Apple and Facebook’s call for a federal data privacy law in the US, and what the Morrisons Appeal Court ruling means for every organisation