A ban on making ransom payments using cryptocurrencies is set to be introduced in the US. But this is unlikely to stop the scourge of ransomware.
Changes reflect the heightened importance of cybersecurity to the government in the wake of some high-profile attacks on US businesses and infrastructure.
Tensions are growing between remote workers and IT teams attempting to ensure high levels of security are upheld. New strategies will be needed for work's hybrid future.
Plans to replace the PNC are five years behind schedule, and a lack of adequate support for legacy systems could put data at risk, says the National Audit Office.
Criminals usually demand ransom payments in cryptocurrency, so would a ban on these digital payment systems stem the flow of attacks?
A trial will evaluate the use of AI technology to stop underage people buying alcohol. But it may exacerbate the problem it seeks to solve.
IT teams are being told to prioritise prevention over support when it comes to patching, as hackers are increasingly targeting holiday periods.
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The number of women employed in tech shrunk disproportionately in the second quarter of the year, suggesting the pandemic continues to adversely affect female employees.
Millions of customer records have been stolen from the mobile operator. The breach could end up being a costly one.
The Pegasus scandal shows how spyware can be exploited by authoritarian regimes. It would be equally disastrous in criminal hands.