About the Review


Welcome to the Cyber Security Review website.

The growth of the internet has impacted profoundly on everyday life and the global economy. It has evolved into a global, interconnected network of systems and information – cyberspace – that we know today, transforming the conduct of business and opening new markets.

Threats to cyber security are persistent and constantly evolving. With an ever-growing number of cyber attacks on critical infrastructure, online commerce and the private sector worldwide, security experts are finding that their work has become a race against the attackers.

The Cyber Security Review is a publication designed to draw on the combined knowledge, skills and expertise of the cyber security community to identify the emerging threats and facilitate the development of coherent policies and robust capabilities.

Our mission is to promote dialogue and provide a platform for information exchange and cooperation between stakeholders, industry, academia and security experts worldwide.


Latest news 


  • Over 199,500 Websites Are Still Vulnerable to Heartbleed OpenSSL Bug

    January 22, 2017

    It’s more than two and half years since the discovery of the critical OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability, but the flaw is still alive as it appears that many organizations did not remediate properly to the serious security glitch. It was one of the biggest flaws in the Internet’s history that affected the core security of as many ...

  • How A Bug Hunter Forced Apple to Completely Remove A Newly Launched Feature

    January 20, 2017

    Recently Apple released a new Feature for iPhone and iPad users, but it was so buggy that the company had no option other than rolling back the feature completely. In November, Apple introduced a new App Store feature, dubbed “Notify” button — a bright orange button that users can click if they want to be alerted ...

  • Hacking the Army

    January 19, 2017

    The hacker prodding a public-facing Army recruitment website in early December stumbled upon a vulnerability, then another, until he found himself suddenly connected to an internal Department of Defense network that should have prompted him for special access credentials. By the end of that night, Pentagon employees were swapping frantic phone calls and considering a ...

  • Giuliani and top Trump White House officials hacked, passwords leaked

    January 19, 2017

    The Trump Presidency’s new cyber tsar, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has had his passwords leaked online along with a whole host of top officials Trump’s proposed ‘cyber tsar’ and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has been hacked. A Channel 4 Investigation has revealed that the passwords of Trump’s cyber-security adviser and 13 ...

  • Billion-Dollar Hacker Gang Now Using Google Services to Control Its Banking Malware

    January 19, 2017

    Carbanak – One of the most successful cybercriminal gangs ever that’s known for the theft of one billion dollars from over 100 banks across 30 countries back in 2015 – is back with a BANG! The Carbanak cyber gang has been found abusing various Google services to issue command and control (C&C) communications for monitoring and ...

  • NATO Says Hackers Attack the Alliance 500 Times Each Month

    January 19, 2017

    NATO has become a target for more hackers worldwide, a spokesperson for the military alliance said this week, revealing that an average of 500 attacks are recorded every month. The organization recorded an increase of approximately 60 percent in the number of attacks last year versus 2015, Oana Lungescu, NATO spokesperson, told CNN. As far as the ...

  • Old-School DDoS Attack on White House Site Planned on Trump’s Inauguration Day

    January 18, 2017

    A new online campaign that’s making the rounds these days calls for users to “occupy whitehouse.gov on inauguration day” as a form of protest against Donald Trump’s presidency. Published on Protester.io, the protest is basically a call for an old-school DDoS attack that would render the White House website completely useless due to overloading with too ...

  • Mirai botnet creator unmasked as DDOS protection developer tempted by the dark side

    January 18, 2017

    Mirai, the botnet that subverted thousands of poorly secured internet of things devices and set them to work on denial of service attacks, has been revealed to be the creation of a young developer who found that the black hat fit better than the white. This long and fascinating investigation by Brian Krebs, the security researcher ...

  • Router Vulnerabilities Disclosed in July Remain Unpatched

    January 17, 2017

    Details on serious vulnerabilities in a number of routers freely distributed by a major Thai ISP were published on Monday after private disclosures made to the vendors in July went unanswered. Researcher Pedro Ribeiro of Agile Information Security found accessible admin accounts and command injection vulnerabilities in ZyXel and Billion routers distributed by TrueOnline, Thailand’s largest ...

  • Court Documents Reveal How Feds Spied On Connected Cars For 15 Years

    January 16, 2017

    It’s not always necessary to break into your computer or smartphone to spy on you. Today all are day-to-day devices are becoming more connected to networks than ever to add convenience and ease to daily activities. But here’s what we forget: These connected devices can be turned against us because we are giving companies, hackers, and ...

  • White House Approves New Rules for Sharing of Raw Intelligence Data

    January 16, 2017

    President Obama last week approved a change in the way the National Security Agency shares raw signals intelligence data with the rest of the U.S. intelligence community, a shift that privacy experts worry will erode the civil liberties of Americans. An unclassified document released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence spells out how ...

  • Countering Global Threats: Security & Counter Terror Expo returns to London in May bringing security professionals from across the world to the UK

    January 16, 2017

    Following the Bastille Day attack in Nice and the series of bomb attacks in New York and New Jersey, national security remains in the spotlight. Factor in high profile events such as recent shopping centre shootings across the US, and it’s clear those tasked with protecting nations, assets and people face a multitude of threats. In ...