Following the news that hackers used IoT devices to conduct the largest DDoS attack in history on the French hosting company OVH, here is a comment from Lee Munson, security researcher for Comparitech.com: “The recent OVH DDoS attack has highlighted two Continue reading OVH DDoS attack
As cybercriminals create new pieces of malware, security researchers and white-hat hackers are fighting back by analysing this malicious software, usually by running virtual machines.This is done so the real system of the researchers will not be infected, and the Continue reading Malware can now detect virtual machines
Following on from the Yahoo breach last week, Democratic Senator Mark Warner has asked the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate whether Yahoo and its senior executives fulfilled obligations to inform investors and the public about the hacking attack Continue reading Would the GDPR have forced Yahoo to act quicker?
This year INsig2 LawTech Europe Congress is again taking place in Brussels, 7-8 November. Congress sessions are relevant as they include but are not limited to the topics listed below: New General Data Protection Rules New TAR (Technology Assisted Review) Continue reading INsig2 LawTech Europe Congress Discount
A Nottingham data centre can now offer public sector organisations even more security after becoming an approved G Cloud supplier. Space Data Centres will be able to provide services such as secure colocation to the public sector, by providing infrastructure Continue reading Space Data Centres set to offer public sector more security
Grange Holborn Hotel, LONDON – Widely recognised as a world leader in the promotion of biomedical science, Sir Mark Walport, Government Chief Scientific Advisor, will open the Forensic Science Technology Showcase in London on 20 October. The showcase is an Continue reading Chief Scientific Advisor set to open Forensic Science Technology Showcase 2016
Kaspersky Lab has investigated investigated how cybercriminals could exploit new ATM authentication technologies planned by banks. While many financial organisations consider biometric-based solutions to be one of the most promising additions to current authentication methods, if not a complete replacement for Continue reading ATMs facing potential cyber threat with biometric skimmers
A NATIONAL crime-reporting platform that uses powerful ‘digital detective’ technology to help retailers save police time and effort in collecting evidence is turning its attention to fuel thieves. Theft from petrol forecourts, including so-called ‘drive off’ offenders increasingly operating in Continue reading ‘Digital detective’ leads hunt for UK’s £30 million fuel thieves
XPATJobs, the UK’s biggest online careers website for international jobseekers, has launched its new online IT-specific jobs board which allows users to search for, and place, new jobs and find the skilled professionals they need no matter where in the Continue reading New global careers website launches for the IT industry
The computer security specialist career is expected to grow at a fast rate through the year 2018. As more businesses are adding online features, more specialists are needed to protect their important information. If you are looking for a stable Continue reading What Does It Take To Become a Computer Security Specialist?