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By Sean McGrath Feb 26, 2015

Lizard Squad hack Lenovo's website

PR nightmare continues as is hijacked by pesky Lizard Squad Continue Reading


By Kevin Beaver Evaluate Apr 22, 2015

Stop attackers from catching you in a phishing hack

Exchange admins can use the recent State Department hack as a lesson in the importance of consistent security protocols. Continue Reading


By Karl Flinders Apr 16, 2015

Target to pay banks $19m for hack losses

US retailer agrees to help banks recover losses from 2013 data breach when up to 40 million accounts were breached Continue Reading


By Karl Flinders Apr 15, 2015

Institutional investors shy away from hacked businesses

Large investment firms are reluctant to put their money into businesses that have been hacked and appear to lack cyber security skills Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford Jan 23, 2015

US journalist jailed over Stratfor hacking

A US journalist and self-styled spokesman for the hacking collective Anonymous has been sentenced to five years in jail Continue Reading


By Francesca Sales News Dec 12, 2014

How is the Sony hack different from other attacks?

The Sony data breach marks a new and scary frontier in corporate cyberwarfare. Also in Searchlight: Apple and IBM alliance bears fruit; the downfall of Pirate Bay. Continue Reading


Sep 29, 2014

Hacking IT from the inside

In this week’s Computer Weekly, car giant Daimler talks about its IT security strategy and the benefits of having its own in-house hacking team. App developers are under fire for collecting too much personal data –... Continue Reading


By Maxim Tamarov News Apr 14, 2015

Sony Pictures hack used easily available malware, destroyed computers

A '60 Minutes' interview Sunday revealed that not only did Sony Pictures fall victim to well-known, off-the-shelf malware, but that the attackers also destroyed thousands of computers and servers after stealing the... Continue Reading


By Francesca Sales News Apr 10, 2015

White House hack: By way of Russia with help from spear phishing

The White House got hacked again, and it all started with a suspicious email. Also in Searchlight: The FBI still wants a backdoor into your software; the Apple Watch is here. Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford Jan 22, 2015

Minecraft developer Mojang not hacked, says Microsoft

Minecraft users were targeted directly to enable an online leak of personal details, not developer Mojang, says Microsoft Continue Reading