Hunter Moore, who ran IsAnyoneUp.com, admits hacking and identity theft and faces between two and seven year in prison.
Dutch banking giant ABN Amro has outsourced IT services to Indian supplier Infosys to improve its digital credentials
Lenovo’s pre-installation of Superfish software on its computers has introduced a security vulnerability, warn security researchers
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s website is declared safe after hackers used it to serve up malware that could take control of visitors' computers
A new bed could be able to monitor the sleep patterns of children through its connection to smartphone and tablet apps.
Mobile phone giant Samsung has acquired mobile payments startup LoopPay
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The HTTP/2 protocol, which is promised to speed up webpage loading and make the web more secure, has been approved by internet engineers.
Samsung acknowledges that some of its smart TVs upload voice commands to the internet in an unencrypted form, making it easier to hack the data.
Brocade is to base a new SDN and NFV research and development team in the UK
The Home Office has made a U-turn over plans for a new Police ICT Company by retaining control of several of the most important IT systems
The use of fingerprint authentication for banking will save young people from sharing their banking details with others