Social network could be fined up to $1.63bn for mega-hack
The IoT has gone unsecured for too long, says DCMS and NCSC
UK cyber cops say there's 'no evidence' of a cover up
Sinks teeth into shim links
Despite fact that 'less than 10 per cent' of affected users lived in Europe
Firm 'failed to have effective security measures in place'
FCA says customers 'should not have been exposed' to the risk at all
It's time to get the popcorn in
Says he lives with it every day (he's still loaded though)
Stay-at-home Bond types set off the loudest irony klaxon
But firm is said to be contesting the scale of the watchdog's penalty
But plans are reportedly being held up by political wrangling over funding
But they didn't get off scot-free
But firm won't critique your use of the 'Desperate Slutty Singles' app
Watchdog says firm's security measures were 'inadequate and infeffective'
Company lauds payout as a 'significant milestone'
Second such bork in a month
Online Forums Bill criticised as 'ignorant and authoritarian'
The group penned a letter asking for an independent overseer of social network sites
Australia the global trend-setter for a change
Not this nonsense again....
Explanation of the rules seems to have given us something to moan about
Would you settle for door locks or invest in a burglar alarm too?
Did someone order a back door?
Claims no customer financial data or social security numbers were accessed
Reality Winner is only a winner by name
Sigh. Not if you're the energy provider, obviously
Twice in two weeks, Google? Ouch
Blighty is now home to 17 academic centres of excellence
But it still looks like a disgruntled paint mixer
Report shows the public is losing trust in the NHS's ability to protect their data
Brussels wants to switch volunteer guidelines to 'do or else' legislation
Facebook said no, because of course it did
Move comes in a bid to loosen restrictions on such strikes
Teen saved compromised files in folder named 'hacky hack hack'
Because what could go wrong with that...
Oh no, hackers might find out you went to Butlin's
And it doesn't let third-party apps snoop on users either, firm tells lawmakers
Check Point boffins warn that conversations could be manipulated
Technique will work against 'all' 802.11i/p/q/r networks with roaming functions enabled
Surveillance tool was developed by Israeli hacking company NSO Group
Hack saw as-yet-unknown culprits make off with non-critical user data
'Dragonfly' will reportedly be ready to launch in six-to-nine months
Up from its original estimate of, er, 1.2 million.
Swann Vexxed-Us: Mis-Matches
Germany, Japan and Poland targeted in new banking malware campaign
Users can now send PGP encrypted emails to other clients
But there's been no evidence that the vulnerability has been exploited