Author: Perry Ashby

Microsoft has been approved to take control of malicious web domains which were used to send phishing messages regarding COVID-19. According to a blog by Tom Burt, corporate vice-president of customer security and trust at Microsoft, said this was part of disrupting operations which were taking advantage...

Security experts say a spike in email scams linked to coronavirus is the worst they have seen in years.   Cyber-criminals are targeting individuals as well as industries, including aerospace, transport, manufacturing, hospitality, healthcare and insurance. Phishing emails written in English, French, Italian, Japanese, and Turkish languages have...

(Image credit: GettyImages) A Virgin Media database containing the personal details of 900,000 people was left unsecured and accessible online for 10 months, the company has admitted. The information was accessed "on at least one occasion" by an unknown user. The database, which was for marketing purposes, contained...