Findings suggest physical activity frequency and volume are essential factors in the relationship between physical activity and happiness.
Menlo Security’s third annual State of the Web report has found that 42% of the top 100,000 sites on the web, as ranked by Alexa, either are using software that leaves them vulnerable to attack or have already been compromised in some way.
The cybersecurity talent gap is greater than for any other digital skills, according to new research from Capgemini, as Brexit begins to take its toll.
Just like enterprises and other large organizations set up honeypots and decoys to misdirect hackers' attention, browsers and similar software should lure website operators into tar pits of useless and false personal information.
A new journal to showcase Africa’s often-overlooked scientific research has been launched to give the continent’s scientists better global recognition.
Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation is forcing big changes at tech’s biggest firms – even if the US isn’t likely to follow suit.
The funeral industry is catering for the growing number of people who want to deal with their mortal remains in an environmentally sound way.
Google's efforts to claim that it should be exempt from EU data protection laws because its search engine is "journalistic" really did not impress the judge in the Right To Be Forgotten trial.
It is the same game over and over again: Facebook gives people the appearance of choice and then carefully directs users to making the right ones.
The challenge posed by Russian organised crime is a formidable one – and not just at home. Across the world, it trafficks drugs and people, arms insurgents and gangsters, and peddles every type of criminal service, from money laundering to computer hacking. For all that, much of the rest of the world remains willing – indeed, often delighted – to launder these gangsters’ cash and sell them expensive penthouse apartments.
The settlers claimed their antipathy for slavery contrasted them from the rest of the world, especially their colonial competitor Spain, already infamous for working Native Americans to death. Yet after the Pequot War of 1637, Puritans shipped captured Pequots to bondage in a small Puritan community on the coast of Nicaragua called Providence Island.
Every millimeter of the ocean surface contains about 10 million viruses, but this particular species managed to avoid detection for a very long time.
he spectrum of organisations to which former suffragettes pinned their allegiances after the war, ranging from the British Union of Fascists to the Communist Party – and everything in between – prove that the movement was far from homogeneous.
From the bedroom of the Leicestershire home he shared with his mother, Kane Gamble used “social engineering” to access the personal and work accounts of some of America's most powerful spy chiefs.
The majority of businesses know very little about the nature of the security breaches that are happening to them. Many even admit that a security breach could quite feasibly go unnoticed.
Established and well-resourced cyber-operations continue to innovate, developing new methods of distributing crimeware and incorporating advanced tactics to infiltrate, disrupt and destroy systems.
The majority of vulnerabilities used by cyber-criminals last year in phishing attacks and exploit kits were found in Microsoft products, with some dating back several years.
As Napoleon ranged across Europe, it became difficult for Beethoven to regard him with anything but contempt. No friend to liberty or to order, he was now little more than a conqueror.
Several US gas pipelines have been hit after a cyber-attack targeted a third-party supplier. It doesn’t matter how well an organization protects its own perimeter if third parties with weak security controls create vulnerabilities that can be easily exploited.
A system must be designed not to collect certain data, if its basic function can be carried out without that data.