The UK government finally launched its first national computer emergency response team, CERT-UK, in London today.
The British government will finally launch the much-delayed Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-UK) next week, according to report, in a bid to protect the country's critical infrastructure.
The opposition Labour party is calling for new laws to be introduced so that businesses are forced to report when they have been hit by a cyber attack.
The UK Government is stepping up plans for developing the cyber-security sector, with support for students and teachers.
The Government's Action Fraud helpline has received hundreds of calls in just 24 hours from end users concerned about a new email phishing campaign that purports to come from the Ministry of Justice.
In light of the RSA-NSA controversy, a number of speakers, who originally planned to speak at RSA Conference 2014, pulled out and formed a lineup for TrustyCon.
Cyber security guru Richard Clarke and General Michael Hayden discussed the much-maligned NSA spying program during the RSA Conference.
In his keynote address at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Art Coviello discussed the NSA allegations and also outlined four principles that would serve as a set of standards when it comes to cyber warfare.
Christopher Soghoian, of the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union), concluded his speech at BSides San Francisco with the observation that developers building encryption models need to consider the US government a threat.
Previously unknown UK Government secret service operation allegedly staging its own DDoS attacks against hacktivist groups
Security analyst says that a cyber warfare arms agreement is inevitable
Imminent moves to gather all English health data together may breach planned new EU data protection regulations
A new government-backed research centre is aiming to tackle the threat on the country's industrial control systems.
British companies are fighting back against government surveillance in the U.S. 21 percent of UK firms are moving their hosted information out of the country because of security concerns.
The British government has launched a new campaign which aims to educate consumers and SMEs on information security.
The Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) is to scrutinise Chinese telecoms technology used in the UK's communications infrastructure.
Data privacy whistleblower Edward Snowden is set to be invited to give evidence to the European Parliament (EP) in January.
The Home Office admits accidentally publishing the personal details of nearly 1,600 illegal immigrants.
Chinese hackers have successfully infiltrated five European Foreign Ministries and targeted other Western industrial companies, according to researchers.
Market watchers are concerned that the pan-European data protection law is taking too long to pass and say that it may be watered down as a result.
The UK government's attempt to streamline the policing of fraud and cyber crime has been labelled "political", and "fragmented" .
The directors of 86 percent of Britain's biggest companies still don't consider the cyber threat in their decision making.
Phone, internet and email records of UK citizens have been stored and analysed by America's National Security Agency, following a secret deal with the British Government.
Security professionals are being urged to support a major new joint UK and US government campaign against paedophiles operating in the 'dark web', by being alert to child abuse images in their company networks.
The Government's '999' emergency service to help companies and government agencies who suffer a cyber attack has kicked-off, almost three months after its official launch.
Microsoft has confirmed to SCMagazineUK.com that it is considering encrypting customers' personal data which it sends over the internet, in the wake of the allegations of mass electronic surveillance by the NSA.
GCHQ allegedly set up fake LinkedIn and Slashdot pages to plant malware, targeting employees at Global Roaming Exchange (GRX) providers, compromising their computers.
Blaming cloud providers for giving in to the demands of US intelligence is a naive approach to a complex issue.
In an unprecedented move, all three UK intelligence chiefs were jointly called to account today in a timely meeting of the parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) tasked with providing political oversight of the UK's intelligence agencies.
The role of the chief information security officer is expanding to meet new challenges, says Paul Swarbrick, former CISO at NATS, as Karen Epper Hoffman reports.