Protecting German government communications since 2016
Germany's cybersecurity chief has been fired after allegations of being a little too close to Russia through an association he helped set up.
Apparently it has become more cybersecurity
BlackBerry reported its first-quarter results, beating analysts’ expectations, thanks to its cybersecurity business.
Teen mastermind, lives with his mum, probably in a bit of trouble
Cybersecurity researchers investigating a string of hacks against technology companies, including Microsoft and Nvidia, have traced the attacks to a 16-year-old living at his mother's house near Oxford, England.
Data nicked from hacks
News Corp that the Wall Street Journal had been hacked and had data stolen from journalists and other employees.
Better not to have wasted money on nukes
The Glorious Democratic People’s Republic of Korea was disconnected from the Internet in a vile move from decadent Imperialist forces to prevent its children obtaining the online education they deserve.
500,000 jobs vacant
The US government is speeding up efforts to fill nearly 600,000 vacant cybersecurity positions in the public and private sectors bogging down efforts to protect digital infrastructure.
Private companies and government’s likely to compete
There's a massive, longstanding labour shortage in the cybersecurity industry and governments and private companies are fighting over talent.
Taking skills shortage
Apprenticeships are the solution to attracting more young people into cybersecurity, according to 42.5 percent of respondents to a new Twitter poll run by Infosecurity Europe.
Everyone was a peace of the action
Beancounters at Frost & Sullivan have been shuffling their tarot cards and concluded that the global military cybersecurity market will grow to $16.01 billion by 2023.
Wants to spruce up cyberwar efforts.
The National Security Agency will create a cybersecurity directorate later this year as part of a wider effort to align the agency's offensive and defensive operations more closely, US officials said.