In a new twist to the US Government's claim that it has the right to access data held on Microsoft servers in Dublin, British MP's emails are now revealled to be among data that could be seized.
Chinese cyber-spying production line shares tools and tactics between different groups suggesting cooperation or at least similar training.
Advertising - not as benign as you might think - delivering malware to 1 in 5 computers.
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has warned staff that walking off with the personal information of their employer when changing jobs is a criminal offence.
Despite the recent iCloud breach, cloud security is better than its current image suggests - and if you are demanding of your supplier, it can be better still says Jamal Elmellas.
Deploying appropriate technology is necessary to protect business critical information stored within racks and cabinets at data centres says Mark Hirst.
Individuals want privacy for their data, but they will share it if they can explicitly choose to do so having been told what benefits they will gain says Sachiko Scheuing.