Two internet outages on consecutive days in separate internet exchanges in Docklands, London, calls into question the security of the country's critical communications infrastructure.
One of the more frightening possible result from the seemingly endless stream of hacks taking place is that they degrade public trust in the internet and this could lead to a serious fall off in worker productivity
In an apparent coordinated announcement, Google, Mozilla and Microsoft announced that they would stop using the RC4 stream cipher in their respective browsers.
As Russia moves to strengthen state control over the internet in Russia, commercial concerns are anxious that any telco or ISP could be acquired.
The 'Syrian Electronic Army' is reported to have hacked the websites of UK newspapers The Independent, The Telegraph and the Evening Standard - as well as a host of global companies.
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.
British security services company G4S saw shares decline yesterday following a hoax emailed message and website.
A European version of the Internet Security Alliance think-tank will launch next spring.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee talked up the importance of web neutrality and how 'rich and trackable' data will be essential in solving issues around online privacy.
When the two IPs meet (intellectual property and internet protocol) the value of the business becomes vulnerable says Dave King, with IT often just providing a sticking plaster to hide C-suite ignorance.
As Hearbleed slows down the internet, experts say that two-factor authentication may the way forward to protect our web sessions.
Routers from Cisco, D-Link, Huawei, TP-Link and ZTE have been identified as vulnerable.
New ransomware has been discovered that slyly mines computers for bitcoins to steal.
A new report claims that information freely available on the Internet can be used to mount a cyber-attack on the UK's energy and allied utility grids.
'Dumb devices' offer unpatched vulnerabilties
EU Cyber Security Agency says websites must do more to promote trust
As Royal Mail issues phishing warning, a Manchester-based phishing scammer is jailed for three-and-a-half years.
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday update has been released, giving users a highly anticipated fix for a TIFF zero-day flaw and 23 other bugs affecting company software.
Microsoft commits to improving Internet encryption, as Forrester says that the cloud has become the new normal for businesses.