According to PageFair’s 2015 Ad Blocking Report, there are now 198 million active ad blocker users around the world, with a growth rate of 41% in the last 12 months.
More and more people find online adverts to be annoying, invasive, dangerous, insulting and/or distracting and have decided to install an ad blocker.
WhiteHat founder Jeremiah Grossman and Prevoty founder & CTO Kunal Anand share their perspectives on the past and future of application security.
Security execs reveal their romance with the IT security industry.
Wendy Austin presents analysis on business and the economy in Northern Ireland. This week, Wendy and guests look at cyber-crime and the threat it poses to businesses.
In the end of 2015 and beginning of 2016, legal publications were full of sensational cybersecurity headlines. They discussed information leaks and data breaches, and predicted that the breaches would keep getting worse. There were also mentions of Big Data going mainstream and of privacy issues which would arise as a result of this.
Google is publicly disclosing multiple vulnerabilities from vendors that have forked the Chromium Web browser to build their own secure browsers.
Data Protection Day marks its 10th anniversary this year and it is as relevant as ever with new regulations and cyber security set to be hot topics this year. 2015 saw cyber security in the headlines with large-scale data breaches at TalkTalk and Ashley Madison to name but a few.
HSBC has been forced to apologize to customers after a DDoS attack disrupted key online systems, meaning many users couldn’t log-in to their internet banking portals.
In terms of malware files alone, Linux ransomware is starting to make an appearance. "This, as with Windows, can cause havoc if a proper backup system hasn't been put in place," Boyd told SC.