In a landmark judgment, the Supreme Court of India struck down the controversial Section 66A of India's Information Technology Act, saying it violated the right to free speech as guaranteed by India's constitution.
Gujarat Forensic Sciences University aims to boost cyber-research capabilities to help practitioners address emerging cyberthreats, as well as work with industry partners to create a security research platform.
Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission has formed an advisory committee to prescribe guidance for the Data Protection Act. Security experts set the agenda and suggest suitable protection measures.
Microsoft has revoked a fraudulent SSL digital certificate issued in the name of its Finnish Windows Live service. But security experts warn that some software may "trust" the certificate for years, so it could be exploited in phishing campaigns.
After a three-year gap, the government of India seeks to fill the post of chairperson for the Cyber Appellate Tribunal. Cyberlaw groups believe the increase in cyberfraud and pending verdicts triggered the move.
Experts analyze a news report that the investigation into the hack attack against JPMorgan Chase could result in criminal charges being filed in the "coming months" because investigators believe at least some suspects can be extradited.
More hackers are holding data for ransom, demanding everything from bitcoins to the shutdown of nuclear reactors, under the threat of leaking sensitive information. But it's not clear how many such attacks generate revenue for attackers.
In the wake of the hack of U.S. insurer Anthem, security experts say Indian businesses are also at risk from such attacks, and may already have been breached. Here's how businesses everywhere must respond.
Ransomware attacks are getting more agile, varied and widespread, and are increasingly taking aim at businesses of all sizes in all sectors, rather than consumers. That's why employee education is so critical.
Google has warned Google Apps administrators that their private Whois contact information has been exposed. The leak affects more than 282,000 administrators, and places them at greater risk of ID theft and spam attacks, according to Cisco.