Remember when Securus was sued to record 14,000 calls between prison inmates and lawyers? It has just been settled • The Register
Securus Technologies, a company literally closed to the market, has closed a class action lawsuit relating to illegally recorded prison phone calls, promising to improve
A new study by Sonatype, DevOps’ automation specialist, has shown that software development activity in the UK has fallen by 28% since February. However, the
The FBI finally unlocked the iPhones of the shooter, Apple berated for not helping – the Naked Security
On Monday, the FBI said it found a way to unlock the iPhone shooter who killed three young U.S. Navy students and injured eight in
Threat inside? It’s Pffft. Hackers on the outside are the ones who mostly do business with your private biz data, says Verizon • The Registry.
Last year, most data theft was caused by external hackers, while the internal tragedy only caused one-fifth of all computer security incidents, according to Verizon.
Verizon publishes its Data Breach Investigation Report 2020 (DIR) with information on thousands of confirmed data breaches. The Verizon Data Violation Investigation Report 2020 (DBIR)
School #FromHome: Problems related to online education for parents and children With classrooms closed and millions of children having to be raised at home, parents
It’s been 20 years since cybercrimes awoke to social engineering with an intriguing little email titled ‘ILOVEYOU’ • The Register
Twenty years have passed since cybercriminals demonstrated the role that human psychology can play in the spread of malware. Do you remember that? In 2000,