Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days – it's weekly roundup time.
Tuesday 3 January 2017
- News in brief: fears over electronic voting; TV hit with ransomware; Telsa’s mileage data store
- Police mull gathering crime evidence from smart home devices
- PHPMailer could put your website at risk: here’s what you need to know
- Claims that Russia hacked the US election and power grid are ‘overblown’
- Weekly review – the hot 13 stories of the week
Wednesday 4 January 2017
- News in brief: child bypasses iPhone security; MongoDB warning; ransom demand of time
- Warning not to spend IT security cash on the wrong things
- Designer launches fabric to bamboozle facial recognition
- Your new year’s resolution: review your password habits
- GDPR: what does the new EU data protection law mean for small businesses?
Thursday 5 January 2017
- Free 3G internet from WhatsApp? No, it’s a scam
- News in brief: AI breaks out of the cellphone; autonomous cars ‘nowhere near’; Apple pulls NYT app in China
- Social media security is not just for kids – how safe are your profiles?
- CyberZeist targets FBI, DNC claims the agency didn’t seek access to hacked servers
- Using real names online ‘leads to discrimination and harrassment’
- All that glisters is not security gold at CES in Las Vegas
Friday 6 January 2017
- News in brief: Thai cybersecurity move; Verizon wobbles on Yahoo; Swiss rap Uber
- CyberZeist’s claims to have hacked FBI’s website ‘are a hoax’
- Tech security: oldies getting it in the neck again
- Best company name ever! Share capital £1, name priceless…
- FBI refutes DNC claims about not investigating servers
- Telegram encrypted messaging app adds ‘Unsend’ button
- Schools hit by spate of cold call ransomware attacks
- Man sues Verizon for $72m for not stopping him committing ID theft
Sunday 8 January 2017
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