Is it possible that the lack of common sense cybersecurity, including the non-use of two-factor authentication, ultimately helped elect Trump?
Chancellor Phillip Hammond delivered his first Autumn Statement recently, which included high praise for the tech sector and its influence on the British economy.
Email, phone, social media and forums are the four biggest channels through which Local Government departments collect citizen data.
The controversial Investigatory Powers Bill has officially passed into law, raising questions of the future of online privacy for UK citizens.
By being the first government department to implement Dmarc, HMRC was able to block 500,000 phishing emails from reaching citizens.
The petition calling on the UK government to repeal the controversial Investigatory Powers Act has gained enough signatures to be considered for debate in parliament.
The long-awaited Cyber security Law of China was finally passed at the National People’s Congress of China on November 7.
Following Philip Hammond's delivery of the Autumn statement, industry professionals have offered their reactions and analysis.
The election of Donald Trump as President of the United States came as a shock to many of us across the world.
With strong leadership from the industry and appropriate government policies, we can reinvent cybersecurity.
An estimated 186 million email messages were accidentally sent after an IT contractor emailed all 1.2 million NHS employees.
A new report from the Government Office for Science has revealed the UK's investigations into AI and machine learning.