Oliver Stone's latest foray into political pseudo-documentary filmmaking presents a one-sided account of a formative moment in history.
The NSA's latest alleged leaker apparently had a variety of issues, including alcohol abuse and criminal charges, which did not cast doubt on his security clearance.
Chris Inglis, former deputy director at the NSA, says the organisation had not been prepared for an insider threat of the magnitude of Edward Snowden and rejected calls for him to be pardoned.
Harold T. Martin III, 51, who worked for Booz Allen Hamilton, was arrested after an FBI search of his home and car uncovered an abundance of highly classified documents, which Martin was not authorized to have
This week: Russian banking legislation, Internet shutdowns for singapore, Ransomware on universities, gaming hacks and the Shadow broker.
A dubious offering by a dubious group calling themselves The Shadow Brokers has been at least partly legitimised by disclosures from Snowden's 2013 leak
This week: cyber weapons of the battlefield, TeamViewer being used for nefarious ends, an insider breach at Sage, How to close the skills gap and some fascinating insight from the leaker of all leakers.
The leaker to end all leakers has taken to Twitter to provide some insight in to the recent high profile auction of NSA hacking tools.
NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden and hacker Andrew Huang have co-designed a smartphone case that tells its owner when their phone is being hacked.
James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence has said that the government is considering ways it might disclose information about Americans under government surveillance
Nearly three years on and the world still finds itself tackling the consequences of the Snowden disclosures reports Max Metzger
The names leaked from the email hack on Mossack Fonseca include many of the world's rich and powerful
The Guardian and Silent Circle have teamed up to bring 'The Power of Privacy',a look at the world of cyber-security and the future of our data.
The current and former directors of the world's most famous intelligence agency lay the blame for terror attacks including Paris at the feet of Edward Snowden and encrypted messaging.
The deputy director of the NSA has accepted the need for a "macro" level debate about privacy and security but rejects the characterisation of Edward Snowden as a whistleblower.
Edward Snowden's appearance on last night's Panorama, and his phone hack allegations fail to shock security experts.
With the increasing number of contractors being employed by organisations, it's vital that their access rights are regularly reviewed, says Paul Trulove.
Britain's Government Communication Headquarters (GCHQ) is actively engaged in reverse engineering anti-virus software to identify exploitable vulnerabilities.
Cyber-security experts have cast doubt on a Sunday Times story which claimed that Russia and China have cracked the encrypted Snowden files.
UK terror watchdog, David Anderson QC, yesterday called for changes to existing surveillance laws. And while most of his recommendations have been welcomed, they're still likely to cause ructions in government, legal circles and in Silicon Valley.
GCHQ director general cyber secrurity, Ciaran Martin, spoke of the agency's information security initiatives and the latest cyber-crime trends at InfoSec 2015 - but wouldn't be pressed on the agency's surveillance operations.
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.
Worldwide law enforcement continues to voice concerns over technology companies' increasing use of encryption.
The Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament (ISC) committee has ruled that GCHQ's surveillance is legal and essential, but notes that legislation governing surveillance bodies needs to be changed.