The UK’s Electoral Commission has released a statement notifying citizens of a systems breach in August 2021, when personal data was accessed by unknown attackers.
To help tackle the skills deficit in cloud security, the SANS Institute and Google have launched a new academy focused on providing scholarship-based training for underrepresented groups.
A panel of three judges has ruled that “widespread corporate failure” led to the UK spy agency and the Home Office not taking its legislative obligations for data retention seriously.
Law enforcement authorities in Europe, Australia and North America have arrested 142 people in connection with a website that allowed criminals to steal $120 million from victims that had fallen foul of spoofing campaigns.
As the controversial legislation makes its way back to the Parliament next month, privacy and cybersecurity experts warn that the bill will make UK businesses more susceptible to cyberattacks and intellectual property theft.
New research from DigiCert has found that digital trust is a key driver of customer loyalty, with 84% of customers saying they would consider leaving a vendor that did not manage digital trust.
Cybersecurity company Vade reports that attackers sent more than 203.9 million emails in the third quarter alone, up from 155.3 million in the prior quarter
New research from Okta’s Auth0 access management platform found that credential stuffing and fraudulent registration attacks are on the rise.