Antivirus software is now so ineffective at detecting new malware threats most enterprises are probably wasting their money buying it, an analysis by security firm Imperva has concluded.
UK high streets might be full of empty shops and closing down sales, but landlords could have found one tenant with good financial record interested in expanding its business â Microsoft.
Electronics distributor CPC is inviting entries for the first ever Raspberry Pi "hackathon," a competition to see which individual or team can come up with the most interesting hacked innovation based on the famous ARM computer.
Nearly one in four PC users run out-of-date or obsolete versions of the most popular browsers for a month or longer with Mozilla Firefox users the slowest to update their software, Kaspersky Lab has found.
From 19 November US AT&T subscribers will be able to buy the worldâs first mobile data hotspot to feature both 4G LTE support and the unusual innovation of a built-in 2.8 inch colour LCD touchscreen, the company has announced.
The problem of ransom malware has reached epidemic proportions and could be extracting fraudulent payments from as many as 3 percent of victims, a Symantec report has calculated.
The eagerly-awaited Ouya Android-based games console appears to be edging towards reality at last with the company behind its development showing off the first manufactured development boards.
Trusted identities could let people authenticate themselves for tax credits, benefits, car tax payments, passport applications and even student loans through the one-stop gov.uk website.
Passwords remain a brittle security blanket when wielded by many consumers, a new survey finds. Despite routine web breaches, six out of ten continue to reuse the same few passwords over and over.
Typical forms of nuisance behavior include creating homescreen shortcuts, altering default search engines and using up memory and processor cycles
Most data breaches are caused by mundane events such as employees losing, having stolen or simply unwittingly misusing corporate assets, a Forrester report has found.
Internet users who make offensive comments on social networks should not be prosecuted unless there has been a clear breach of the law, UK Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Keir Starmer QC has said.
Security firm Sophos has been had to issue an embarrassing apology after the companyâs antivirus program suddenly started classifying every and any software update â including the companyâs own â as âShh/Updater-Bâ malware.
A hacktivist has successfully stolen data including email addresses from three UK police websites in an attack apparently in support of Wikileaks' Julian Assange.
A 'troll' arrested on suspicion of aiming a torrent of abuse at a fellow Facebook user has turned out to be a 32-year-old Birmingham policeman, it has been revealed.