Wikileaks founder Julian Assange should be allowed to walk free and be compensated for his "deprivation of liberty", a UN legal panel has found.
Mr Assange, 44 - who faces extradition to Sweden over a rape claim, which he denies - claimed asylum in London's Ecuadorean embassy in 2012.
He has been arbitrarily detained since his arrest in 2010, the panel said. The UK Foreign Office said the report "changes nothing" and it will "formally contest the working group's opinion". The panel's ruling is not legally binding in the UK and a European Arrest Warrant remains in place.
Fresh approaches to enterprise data security are always welcome, because bad actors always seem to find workarounds for the conventional ones.
Startup PatternEx tasked itself with securing enterprise data by using a different approach: mimicking the intuition of human security analysts in real time and at scale using a new-gen artificial intelligence platform.
Project Zero has been kicking sand in the face of Malwarebytes and picking the firm's protection precautions apart.
Malwarebytes usually wears the boot in this kind of thing, but Project Zero has taken a punt in the security firm's direction and accused it of all sorts of bad things.
More CISOs looking to recruit cyber-security trainers than leaders, analysts, engineers or pen testers
I have often said our IT skills crises is not of skills, but of employers who train and have been looking at why that is. Evidence is emerging that the shortage of trainers is a prime cause. The headlines from the Harvey Nash/PGI 2016 Cybersecurity are not unexpected: "Half of all boards lack real understanding of cyberthreat" [one might same the same of supposed cyber-security "professional" with their obsessions over technology rather than strategy]. I was not therefore surprised to see that half of all respondents (CISOs) were looking for security architects.
Just when the Silk Road’s saga of dirty money and double-dealing seemed to be winding down, one of the federal agents who investigated the site has added an audacious footnote: What looks like a brazen attempt to flee the United States after he was convicted and sentenced to prison for corruption in his handling of the case.