A well-known security researcher claims that there is a massive conflict of interest in the UK's National Cyber Security Centre being a part of the the country's main spy agency, GCHQ, because the focus of the two organisations is at odds with each other.
It turns out that employees want different perks than their employers think, with CFOs and financial directors having different expectations about their employees’ wish list.
Web channel ‘Drama Alert’ has posted an 18 minute video featuring a live interview with members of Lizard Squad, Finest Squad, Anonymous and Kim Dotcom discussing the hack attacks that took down PSN and Xbox Live, which are now both back online.
Thirteen members of the hacking collective Anonymous have pleaded guilty to disabling Paypal's servers in 2010, after the payment site severed ties with Wikileaks.
A hacker claiming to be an Indonesian member of the loose hacking collective Anonymous has claimed responbility for attacks on the AFP and Reserve Bank websites, which were down for a number of hours this morning.
Australia's Secret Intelligence Service has come under attack from Indonesian hackers, and its website remains down.
Queensland premier Campbell Newman has had his mobile phone number and home address leaked online amid bitter controversy over his new "fascist" anti-biking laws.
The alleged leader of hacking collective LulzSec has been charged after a government website was compromised, according to federal police.
Anonymous is taking it upon itself to help the rest of the world take on North Korea, infiltrating the state’s official state media news site.
Following the 'turning' of its leader by the FBI, LulzSec seems to have lost all of its lulz, and many of its members.
Global intelligence company Stratfor was recently hacked by Anonymous. Wikileaks is now trickle-releasing over five million emails taken as part of the hack.
User credentials from YouPorn, one of the 100 most viewed websites on the planet, have been compromised via a third party chat service.
Released late this evening, Webroot's new personal security product claims to be the fastest available.
In much of the world, Guy Fawkes Day has come and gone with the odd banger discharged and a few sparkly missiles drawing out 'gravity's rainbow.' Of course the biggest bang was intended to be the destruction of Facebook by the hacking group Anonymous.
Ernst & Young's 14th annual Global Information Security Survey shows that organisations are racing to adopt new technologies, but in their rush are neglecting the threat of security issues.
Infamous hacker collective Anonymous has commandeered the website of Syria's Ministry of Defense, changing it to criticize the "brutal regime" of Bashar Al-Assad.
Members of infamous hacking collective Anonymous have announced they're starting a Facebook rival of their own, to be known as AnonPlus.
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