Ransomware attacks not only hurt businesses, research finds, but also force them to increase prices - with a staggering 68% of UK firms being forced to do exactly that.
Your personal information could be for sale on the dark web right now. Fear not, here's how to remove it from the internet.
As part of our Coffee with HR series, we asked 25 HR thought leaders a question: what do you perceive are some of the risks of deploying AI in the workplace?
The AFP, in coordination with the Malaysia's Royal Police and the FBI, brought down a scam seeking to exploit Australian MyGov users.
It's not even a toddler, but ChatGPT has had a huge impact on cybersecurity. We speak to a range of security experts to discover whether they're celebrating or not.
Security professionals fear the NCSC AI development guidelines don't go far enough to protect developers or users, reports Davey Winder.
OpenAI among a host of companies to contribute to new AI security guidelines, amid recent furore
Nvidia Teams call accidentally reveals employee had stolen data
By using ChatGPT at work, one in three employees are putting their companies at risk. Davey Winder shares security experts' views.
New draft industry rules in Australia want to force tech giants to spend more combating illegal deepfake porn – will it succeed?
ALPHV/BlackCat group has taken ransomware one step further by reporting a victim to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Michelle Brooks, Chief People & Culture Officer at Security Compass: “Organisations need to transition from evaluating performance based on time spent in-office to more focus on results”
Michelle Brooks is the Chief People & Culture Officer at Security Compass, a software security firm headquartered in Toronto. We spoke with her as part of our Coffee with HR series.
Davey Winder reveals the zero-day vulnerabilities that put your business at risk, and that you need to take action on right now.
The UK National Cyber Security Centre published its seventh annual review today, covering key threat developments between September 2022 and August 2023. Perhaps unsurprisingly, artificial intelligence featured rather heavily.
DP World suffered a cyber attack that took its sites offline over the weekend. Alex Kidman breaks down everything you need to know.
Nia Castelly, Co-Founder and Legal Lead, Checks: “Don’t cut corners early on if it may come back to bite you later”
We interview Nia Castelly, the Co-Founder and Legal Lead for Checks, a privacy platform from Google that leverages AI to help simplify privacy compliance for mobile app developers.
Two databases, containing a total of 19.8 million claimed LinkedIn email records, have just appeared on the dark web Breach Forums site. But all is not as it seems.
The new CVSS 4.0 vulnerability rating is finally here, but Davey Winder isn't convinced it will help businesses tackle the prioritisation problem.
Omri Gazitt, CEO of Aserto: “Authorisation is going to be the next multi-billion dollar segment at the intersection of developer, infrastructure and security”
Omri Gazitt is the CEO of Aserto. In a career spanning more than 30 years, he's been CPO at Puppet as well as VP and GM at both HP and Microsoft. Here's his interview.