Government dismisses idea that its Verify identification technology can be used to monitor population.
US lawmakers proposed "Protecting Individuals from Mass Aerial Surveillance Act" on Wednesday to require federal authorities to obtain warrants to conduct aerial surveillance.
A new specially protected communications channel and mobile network is planned for the Ukraine military and government following military losses attributed to intercepted communications.
German chancellor Angela Merkel inadvertently helped spread Trojan malware in the German Parliament (Bundestag), which is now facing a new wave of cyber-attacks. But there remain more questions than answers when it comes to the full scope of the compromise, and the people behind it.
Amnesty International and Privacy International proposed a seven-point plan on Friday to help protect human rights in the digital age.
Experts say the US government should have been better prepared for a massive data breach that exposed the personal details of over four million employees.
Russians chief suspects in German cyber-attack
A government-commissioned report, carried out by PwC, has found that data breaches are rolling in thick and fast for UK firms - and the costs are mounting up.
Couldn't deploy cyber weapons against Pyongyang
Industrial cryptography company Eris Industries has become the second UK firm to relocate over fears of the surveillance imposed by the incoming Draft Data Communications Bill, otherwise known as the 'Snooper's Charter'.
The Queen's Speech today confirms government plans to push on through with the Draft Communications Bill, otherwise known as 'Snooper's Charter', while also endeavouring to monitor online terrorist communication and keep citizens safe from cyber-attacks.
The controversial 'Snooper's Charter' surveillance law could be fast-tracked now that the Conservative political party has formed a majority government in the House of Commons.
The new government needs a new cyber-security policy as a priority - with sufficient resources - and drawn up by people with a good understanding of the issues, says Raimund Genes.
London-specific threat intelligence is to be provided to businesses in the capital, possibly as early as next month, via an innovative independent body combining the police, government and the private sector, instigated by the Mayor's office.
With online voting in the UK yet to reach its full potential for the forthcoming election, many still doubt the security of systems claiming to be robust enough for a full, nationwide online vote.