• Not all cybercriminals are evil geniuses

    I thought some of you might enjoy this. Here’s a video of a recent after-dinner talk I gave, exploring (in a hopefully fun way!) whether cybercriminals are quite as smart as we sometimes think they are. Are malicious hackers geniuses? Are they all evil? Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel if you would … Continue reading "Not all cybercriminals are evil geniuses"

  • Ex-Motorola worker phished former employer to illegally hack network and steal data

    A 28-year-old maj has pleaded guilty to charges that he illegally hacked the network of his former company, telecoms firm Motorola, after he successfully tricked current staff into handing over their login credentials. in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.

  • Smashing Security podcast #350: Think before you shrink! And our guest is faked

    Don’t minimise your Teams Meeting video call too hastily, you might reveal your dirty secrets! Would you be prepared to pay for Facebook and Instagram? And who is being faked to promote cryptocurrency scams? All this and much more is discussed in the latest edition of the “Smashing Security” podcast by cybersecurity veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by technology journalist Jane Wakefield. Plus – don’t miss our featured interview with Push Security founder and CEO...

  • The crazy world of ransomware

    Here's a bit of fun. A video of me talking for twenty minutes about ransomware - specifically some of the more bonkers stories from the world of ransomware.

  • Why IT teams should champion AI in the workplace, and deploy secure AI tools safely to their teams

    Graham Cluley Security News is sponsored this week by the folks at Glide. Thanks to the great team there for their support! AI technology is quickly finding it’s footing in the workplace. IT teams need to lead the charge on AI adoption at their companies to ensure it happens safely, securely, and successfully. There are … Continue reading "Why IT teams should champion AI in the workplace, and deploy secure AI tools safely to their teams"

  • Ethyrial: Echoes of Yore hacked! 17,000 game accounts "lost"

    Multi-player online role-playing videogame "Ethyrial: Echoes of Yore" has suffered a ransomware attack which saw the deletion of every player's account and the loss of all characters. in my article on the Hot for Security blog.