Research just published by from Accellion reveals that 73pc of UK businesses have no formal BYOD policy – with these basic functions left to unregulated third party apps.
Although Android Jelly Bean (v4.3) has been out for some time, a researcher has discovered a potentially serious security flaw I in the mobile device operating system that – under certain circumstances – allows a specially coded app to disable all of the security locks on the smartphone or tablet.
Leading security researcher Brian Krebs – of the KrebsOnSecurity newswire – has spotted an interesting Point-of-Sale skimmer being sold on the Internet underground.
The Information Security Forum (ISF) has announced the top six security threats that it predicts global businesses will face in 2014.
Researchers with an Australian University – who have analysed around 140 memory cards they purchased on eBay – says that many people who sells SD cards etc., on the Internet are unaware their data can be retrieved.
Akamai is adding more power to its growing cloud and network security services portfolio by acquiring Prolexic – one of the industry’s largest DDoS remediation specialists – for around $370m in cash.
As the world and their spouse gets down to the serious task of shopping online – as witnessed by Royal Mail now having commenced Sunday deliveries in many areas – a Symantec researcher has warned e-shoppers to be on their Symantec warns e-shoppers on the dangers of phishingguard against the dangers of phishing sites hungry for user’s credentials.
Kevin Bailey, Clearswift’s Head of Market Strategy, discusses the issues surrounding the latest instalment of legislation designed to protection the data of Europeans.
One of the least understood issues in the IT security arena is the role of cybersecurity insurance – how it works, how premiums are calculated and, of course, how claims are handled.
A US-based IT security company has warned that most organisations are very poorly prepared to handle phishing emails.