The University of Greenwich has received a fine of £120,000 because of the substantial damage and substantial distress caused by a security breach that exposed the personal information of 20,000 people.
If you get sick of shopping sites sending you “I see you stared at this item, here’s some similar stuff” messages, you may be able to modify your subscriptions or notifications to make this stop.
People exercising on far-flung military bases are being exposed by their fitness tracker.
Need a New Year's resolution? How about this one? Start taking password security more seriously.
It's the second Tuesday of the month, and you know what that means... Yep, it's time for another bundle of essential security updates from Microsoft.
Since nothing is what is seems, it's hard to be sure who was really behind the attacks shown in the series. The world still believes fsociety was responsible (and they themselves do too, to an extent), but the truth is that there is a group in the shadows that is pulling all the strings.
Girls Inc. of San Diego County was founded 50 years ago as a local affiliate of the national Girls Inc. The national organization was started as the Girls Club of America more than 150 years ago, to help young women who had migrated from rural communities in search of job opportunities.
German parents are being told to destroy smartwatches they have bought for their children after the country's telecoms regulator put a blanket ban in place to prevent sale of the devices, amid growing privacy concerns.
If there's one thing we should all have learnt from our years on the internet it should be this: once you say something somewhere, it's very hard to take it back and pretend it never happened.
Millions of websites running WordPress are being strongly urged to update to the latest version of the popular content management system as soon as possible, after a serious security vulnerability was uncovered.
This weekend British tabloid newspaper The Sunday Mirror warned of a potential "risk to national security" after a memory stick containing sensitive information about Heathrow airport was reportedly "found in the street."
Websites are being told that they have until September 30th to pay extortionists $720 worth of Bitcoin, or else suffer a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.
Stop! Should you really be clicking on that link you just received in your email? Gmail's iOS app is now offering some additional safety nets for the unwary.
You ultimately decide what links you click on, and whether you hand over your passwords and payment card details. Always think twice, because the wrong decision could prove costly.
Critical security holes keep being found in Adobe Flash Player. Have you updated yours yet?
Four people have been arrested after a two-year investigation by Microsoft and British police forces into telephone scams which prey upon the vulnerable, tricking them into believing their computers have been infected by malware.
In ongoing phishing fight, Google to delay delivery of suspicious messages to enterprise Gmail customers
How well Google protects its business customers impacts all of us - whether we have personally chosen to be users of Google's services or not.
Welcome to the post-WannaCryptor world, where every computer user understands the importance of creating secure backups and applying security patches in a timely fashion.
WikiLeaks's revelations about security vulnerabilities in Apple products appear to be a damp squib.
Another day, another important security update for WordPress. If you're running a self-hosted version of WordPress, you must update the software on your website now.