Cheating is most attractive to people when their window of opportunity is about to close, according to new research from London Business School. The research has been conducted by Daniel Effron, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, London Business School; Christopher J Bryan, Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of California San Diego; and J Keith Murnighan,…

If Walt Disney’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” proved Hollywood’s biggest surprise hit this year, then credit Sony’s “Guardians of Peace” with producing Tinseltown’s biggest surprise hack. It’s like something out of a movie: larger-than-life characters, A-list stars, mystery, farce, international intrigue, revenge and computer-generated special effects designed to captivate a worldwide audience. There’s no business…

Since I started writing about cybersecurity, I’ve developed something of a reputation for paranoia. I set up complex passwords for every website, enable two-step authentication whenever I can, sign up for credit monitoring (thanks to Target) and regularly use secure mobile apps to speak with sensitive sources. I also cover my computer’s web camera with…