Entries in 'Security' (58)
Some industry experts are warning that the newly discovered bug in the Bash command shell found in OS X and Linux could be more serous than the Heartbleed bug that ...
Security giant Norton has given PCR full details of its flexible revenue share scheme as it removes boxed product and cuts its portfolio down to a single product.
Hackers will increasingly look to the emerging wearables and smartwatch market, especially when the Apple Watch is launched in early 2015, claims Kaspersky Lab.
In the wake of an alleged iCloud hack that has leaked hundreds of nude celebrity photos, James Bindseil, CEO of security and file sharing specialist Globalscape, says consumer file ...
We roundup the latest security news, including how researchers have found a way to hack Gmail with a 92 per cent success rate.
Charlotte Shone tells us what an average day in the office is like for her, with the occasional treat from the cake trolley...
Distributor Ingram Micro UK has launched a new security in a bid to guide resellers through the threat management landscape.
UK parents are struggling to protect their children from inappropriate online content, a new survey has suggested.
A number of security firms have offered their advice on avoiding ‘insanely dangerous’ malware, which the NCA has warned could hit the UK in the net two weeks.
This week’s security roundup includes a warning against those looking to bypass the end of support for Windows XP and multiple ransomware threats.
This week’s security roundup includes a major breach for eBay and Kaspersky’s new cybercrime stats site.
The senior VP of information security at security firm Symantec has said that anti-virus software is “dead”.
AMD has announced its new range of mobile processors, which it claims are the first x86 processors to feature an ARM core for security.
Microsoft has warned users of a vulnerability in its Internet Explorer web browser.
This week’s security news takes a look at the danger of malicious apps, outdated software, mobiles and unprotected POS.