James Clapper, director of national intelligence has blamed the NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden for making it harder for the US to monitor and arrest terrorists by advancing the development of more advanced and widely available encryption.
This week's In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) column looks at the latest Lenovo flaw, Edward Snowden's standing in the UK, trust in cyber-insurance and a new version of TorrentLocker.
NSA and GCHQ whistleblower Edward Snowden and the film on his leaks, Citizenfour, were celebrated at an event in London last week, but questions remain whether the UK really got the message on privacy and government surveillance.
NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden reportedly refuses to use Apple's iPhone because he fears the handset can be monitored by spy agencies.
The Chinese government allegedly stole the designs of a new US fighter jet, according to the latest leaked documents from NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
New leaks from NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden reveal that the alleged GCHQ cyber-attack on Belgacom used Regin malware and was undiscovered for two years before it was detected. Plus, there are now concerns that the clean-up operation was not successful.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation criticises Skype for no end-to-end encryption and claims that ISPs in the US and Thailand are removing encryption from customer data.
The FBI is reported to have raided the house of a second whistle-blower who was leaking sensitive agency documents to the media.
Sir Iain Lobban says GCHQ staff "are normal decent human beings who watch EastEnders and Spooks".
The National Security Agency (NSA) is reported to have developed its own search engine to sift through the billions of phone calls, emails and other electronic communications it harvests and monitors from around the world.
Extremists and paedophiles protected by 'white hat' hackers in GCHQ and NSA, says unconfirmed BBC report.
A third of of ex-employees have access to company data and 9 percent have used their access privileges, says new research.
UK cyber experts side with NSA whistle-blower who urges companies to adopt encryption and to shun Dropbox because the cloud storage company is 'hostile to privacy'.
The latest leaks from whistle-blower Edward Snowden reveal that the US National Security Agency (NSA) has intercepted huge volumes of private emails, phone calls and internet messages by tapping fibre-optic cables in as many as 33 countries around the globe.
President Obama's former director of privacy has urged NSA and GCHQ to work together to become more transparent when carrying out surveillance.
For all those denials of carrying out governance surveillance, Google's relationship with the National Security Agency (NSA) is reportedly closer than first thought.
Mikko H. Hypponen, chief research officer at F-Secure, didn't mix his words when describing the former CIA contractor Edward Snowden and European technology companies in London earlier today.
Robert Hannigan is to replace Sir Ian Lobban as the director general of the UK's GCHQ.
Revelations that UK intelligence agency GCHQ hacked into German satellite and communications companies are likely to accelerate the drive among businesses to tighten their control over how they store their sensitive data.
The NSA is spending a great deal of money to get large numbers of false positives, says digital forensics specialist professor Peter Sommer.
Former CIA contractor Edward Snowden has alleged that NSA's surveillance is even more widespread than first thought.
Cloud storage is itself under a cloud following Snowden, yet ironically its where the leaked data remains most secure says Campbell Williams
Beware of disgruntled employees - a new report reveals that UK businesses are being hit by over 1,000 internal security breaches every day.
Previously unknown UK Government secret service operation allegedly staging its own DDoS attacks against hacktivist groups
Video game developer Rovio has confirmed that hackers defaced the website of Angry Birds, its popular smartphone game.
Chief execs from some of the world's biggest companies spoke in depth on online privacy at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland this week.
Former CIA contractor Edward Snowden may be holed up in Russia, but his actions could yet see changes on privacy law and the funding of certain data protection agencies.
South Korea's regulators say that 20 million bank and credit card users have been compromised
U.S. President Barack Obama has confirmed that the NSA will relax spying on the country's allies as part of the agency review.
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