"Digital is the new frontline of national security, commented Rob Norris in response to reports of GCHQ head Jeremy Fleming describing how keeping the UK safe from cyber-attacks is now as important as fighting terrorism.
Earlier this year the attacks in London and Manchester catapulted terrorism back into the mainstream for many UK citizens.
In a rare speech, Shin Bet director Nadav Argaman says the security agency he leads regularly uses technology to prevent "lone wolf attacks".
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says that technology companies are providing a "safe space" for terrorists.
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Europol has released its yearly Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment (IOCTA) report, which this year has highlighted a sharp incline in cyber-crime and identified eight cyber-crime trends.
Russia's lower house of parliament approved sweeping anti-terrorism legislation that requires companies to decrypt any message sent by users.
A disgruntled ex-employee of an insurance firm uploaded the personal details of 112,000 French police officers to a Google Drive account on June 2, possibly exposing the officer's personal information, including addresses.
Microsoft banned terrorist content from its services and said it would invest in public-private partnerships to help fight terrorism.
In an opinion piece for The Telegraph newspaper, William Hague, the Conservative former Foreign Secretary in the UK, says the latest Brussels terrorist attacks shows the need to crack terrorist communications.
A new report claims that for all the talk of the nefarious goings on in the dark web, terrorists aren't all that interested
Anonymous has reportedly set its sights on ISIS following the terrorist attack on Belgium in its latest campaign dubbed "#OpBrussels.
The FBI have backed down in the fight over the San Bernardino shooter's phone, leaving Apple with some breathing room
DARPA-sponsored competition will explore how off-the-shelf IoT devices and open-source code could be adapted for malign purposes.
ISIS has made threats to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey in a new video showing their photos with digitally added bullet holes.
Bernard Cazeneuve, France's minister of the interior, has called for greater cooperation between states, businesses and citizens in the fight against online radicalisation and cyber-crime.
In the past year, Islamic State (IS), formerly ISIS/ISIL, has used social media and encrypted online platforms to recruit terrorists and promote propaganda content.
The tech world is being urged to try and help in stopping terrorists who might be using social media to recruit, communicate and plan attacks.
Following two weeks after the terrorist attacks in Paris, cabinet minister, Taro Kono, of Japan stated in an interview that his country is at risk of cyber-attacks by Daesh (ISIS)
Europe's police agency, Europol, is getting new powers to combat terrorism, cyber-crime and other cross-border threats, after more than 440 people were killed in terrorist attacks last month, including the Paris attacks.
Ed Macnair addresses the need to strengthen cyber-security in businesses and schools to take a step in the right direction in the fight against terrorism.
The EU is looking to crack down on anonymous currency exchanges that could be used by terrorist.
Some commentators are calling for the acceleration of the controversial Investigatory Powers Bill in the wake of Friday's attack in the French capital.
In a wide-ranging interview, Lord Jonathan Evans, former director of MI5, talks exclusively to SCMagazineUK.com about the challenges of security in the cyber age.
In a controversial move designed to combat terrorism and child abuse, the Australian government has enacted legislation to allow for the retention of metadata for up to two years.
Anonymous has launched another online battle against members of the Islamic State group.