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123456 continues to be one of the most popular and hackable...

Despite years of experts trying to convince people to create passwords that are difficult to guess, it seems like many people still haven't got the message.

IoT authentication industry to be worth $8.4bn by 2026 – research...

Hardware-focused IoT authentication services will be an $8.4bn market by 2026, due to the increased use of IoT services, according to a study from ABI Research.

Cybersecurity platform Cynet closes its Series B+ on $18m coming two...

Cynet, an autonomous breach protection platform, has closed its Series B+ round on $18m.

Why Si Consult decided to rebrand into SecurityHQ

Cybersecurity company Si Consult has rebranded itself to be called SecurityHQ.

Hunters collects $15m in Series A round

Tel Aviv-based cybersecurity company Hunters has bagged $15m in a Series A funding round from Microsoft’s M12 and U.S. Venture Partners.

The state of cybersecurity in the remote workforce

Over the past few months, the world has had to get used to a new normal. Offices are now largely ghost towns and employees have been settling into a working-from-home lifestyle.

The amount of new vulnerabilities identified in open source packages drops

The number of new vulnerabilities in open source packages was down by 20% compared to last year, suggesting cybersecurity efforts are progressing, according to a report from developer-first security platform Synk.

New South Wales government will open new cybersecurity centre in July

The government in New South Wales has announced plans to launch a new cybersecurity centre in Bathurst to scan for online vulnerabilities across different governmental departments.

Why the coronavirus cybersecurity boom won’t last

Cybersecurity companies may have benefited from the shift to remote working caused by Covid-19, but the growth of the market could be about to slow down as businesses tighten their IT budgets.

Many forced to work remotely lack cybersecurity training to do so...

The coronavirus forced many to work remotely for the first time in their careers, but few had any cybersecurity training to rely on to keep themselves safe, according to new research.