British Airways: If you’re feeling left out of our 380,000 passenger hack, then you may be one of another 185,000 victims

British Airways’ horror hack is worse than first thought: the world’s favorite airline has added 185,000 cardholders to the pile of 380,000 potentially caught up in the IT security breach. In September, it emerged that hackers spent two weeks slurping the personal Read More …

Ex spy bosses: Cyber-warfare needs rules of engagement

OpenWorld Former intelligence leaders have called for international terms of engagement in cyber warfare and greater collaboration between the public and private sectors to defend critical infrastructure. The comments came at a security-focused keynote at this year’s Oracle OpenWorld conference in Read More …

Critical Infrastructure & Supply Chain Remain Highly Vulnerable to Attacks

This week, the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) reminds us that, “our day-to-day life depends on the country’s 16 sectors of critical infrastructure, which supply food, water, financial services, public health, communications and power along with other networks and systems. A disruption Read More …

IAEA Launches International Training Course on Protecting Nuclear Facilities from Cyber-Attacks

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has introduced a new international training course (ITC) on protecting nuclear facilities from cyber-attacks, highlighting the Agency’s role in supporting national efforts to strengthen nuclear security. The inaugural course, Protecting Computer-Based Systems in Nuclear Security Read More …