Medjacking is the hacking of X-ray systems, CT scanners, medical refrigerators and implantable defibrillators - all with intent to harm the patient.
Mihai Lazarescu explores the latest in cyberattacks - the use of devices connected to the Internet of Things.
Of all the infrastructure that could potentially be targeted by cyber attacks, peaceful nuclear installations are one of the biggest cause for concern.
When cyber-attackers continue to elude identification, does it still make sense to defer to the authorities?
With the world more digitally interconnected than ever before, cybersecurity will face critical challenges and opportunities.
This is why businesses need to start thinking more about cyber risk.
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Today, nearly everything can be hacked, from cars to lightbulbs. But perhaps the most concerning threat is the one posed by implanted medical devices.
Bill Buchanan, head of the Cyber Academy, Edinburgh Napier University, on the potential consequences of cyber attacks.
Contactless cards present a significant fraud risk, and this is what we can do about it, writes Steven J. Murdoch.
Cybersecurity is not enough. These days you need to be cyber resilient
These are just some of the risks associated with the internet of things.
Governments and businesses are in an arms race with cyber criminals. Here's how to win.
Companies shouldn't ignore physical security measures, when it comes to protecting data.
Cybercrime has become a major threat to business, and it’s something that businesses everywhere are becoming painfully aware of.