Just about every week, a large company finds itself in the embarrassing position of admitting that it has been hit by a targeted attack, and databases - perhaps containing customers' personal identifiable information - has been breached.
Video games developers have blamed a hack "inspired" by the recent attack on Sony Pictures for their decision to cancel a game they were creating featuring Kim Jong-Un. According to its Kickstarter page, the "Glorious Leader!" side-scrolling shoot-em-up would have seen North Korea's leader fighting the US military with help from Dennis Rodman, a unicorn, and his father's ghost.
In the next few days, those people who have been queuing outside Apple stores in their pyjamas or were lucky enough to survive the avalanche of online pre-orders, will have their paws on a shiny new Apple iPhone 6 or its big brother, the iPhone 6 Plus.
Do you use a password to protect your phone? Our special guest blogger, Graham Cluley, discusses how The London Metropolitan Police thinks it’s time for all mobile devices to be password-protected as default.
Fiery arguments between the rival camps of Android and Apple iPhone lovers about the merits of their respective devices aren't likely to be extinguished any time soon, but there's one thing that's clear: Android is a lot less safe than iOS.