A revew by the government of its three-year-old Cyber Security Strategy suggests that new funding, more security training and a stronger focus on SMEs is to come in 2015.
Money is urgently needed from the Government's £860 million National Cyber Security Programme to plug big holes in the police's ability to combat cyber-crime, which is now reaching crisis levels.
Former UK Home Secretary David Blunkett says the cross-sector sharing of information and skills is essential if nation critical cyber-attacks - and cyber- terrorism - are to be averted.
A fatal fire at a home in Nairobi, Kenya, has resulted in the exposure of what police believe to be a large scale Chinese hacking operation.
Six months after launch and the UK's National Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-UK) is seeing rising awareness of the group, the CiSP initiative and cyber-crime more generally.
Police crack phishing-based case just as a UK government watchdog slates them for failure to keep pace with cyber-crime.
This week's In Case You Missed It looks at the most popular articles on SC including news of CESG-accredited cyber-security courses, the Regin malware and the latest Sony hack.
A panel compromising the former head of GCHQ, leading scientists and privacy rights campaigners raised concerns over the use of biometrics at a government committee meeting earlier this week.
The British government today published details of its proposed anti-terror law, and subsequently faced fresh questions on surveillance and the mixed messages given out to local cyber-security start-ups.
Internet firms and privacy campaigners are warning that a new Government law could pave the way for the renewed blanket collection of personal mobile phone data for use by UK police and intelligence agencies.
Symantec has discovered a new piece of customisable malware - reminiscent of the Stuxnet worm - which has been stealing data from governments, telcos, energy companies and SMEs since 2008. And experts say the threat actor could be the US or UK government.
Russia reportedly plans to ban imports of foreign software for state use from next year according to recent government statements.
UK cabinet minister Francis Maude told conference attendees in London today that human endeavour holds the key to defeating cyber-criminals.
A new website and online community for small businesses and start-ups in the cyber-sector went live on Tuesday
The British government has teamed up with 12 insurers to develop the fledgling cyber-insurance market.
Russia is recruiting now for new dedicated cyber-forces in the army, with an initial outlay of some US$ 500 million (approximately £315 million).
Europol's European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) is growing faster than expected. Doug Drinkwater visited its offices in The Hague, Netherlands, to find out how it is uniting law enforcement in the fight against cyber-criminals
2014 was the year that cyber-security hit the headlines, with data breaches, more government surveillance leaks, and celebrity exposures causing the UK public to lose faith in the web, reports Tony Morbin
In an interview with SC's Tony Morbin, the NCCU's Jamie Saunders explained how 'policing by consent' contends with the tidal wave of new criminal opportunities unleashed by digital technology and the connected world
The Government's Verify scheme to confirm IDs is behind scheuduled uptake, but its CISP threat intelligence sharing scheme is ahead of target.
The FBI is reported to have raided the house of a second whistle-blower who was leaking sensitive agency documents to the media.