12 UK Universities compete for the cyber-crown at a competition backed by the NCSC, Leidos and NCC Group. The top three teams shared prize money of £10,000.
Professor Mark Ryan takes the HP Chair in Cyber Security at the University of Birmingham to explore security issues where the digital and physical world blur.
Stephan Savage, the 'father of car hacking' and professor at the University of California San Diego has been awarded the 2015 ACM-Infosys Foundation Award
Two researchers at Michigan State University have succesfully spoofed security on two models of smartphone using a mere inkjet printer.
San Francisco's UC Berkeley has been hit with a breach and the 80,000 records have been exposed
Infrastructure supporting academic services under sustained distributed denial of service attack coming from an unknown quarter.
Not only has GCHQ invited press to attend its annual Information Assurance conference, but this year's event also featured two outreach programmes: a revamped public website and the launch of CyberInvest.
University networks are becoming increasingly more attractive targets, as witness last week's attack on Harvard University in America, says James Burns.
Responding to the growing demand for cyber-security professionals, Edinburgh Napier University is today launching its International Cyber Academy.
The cyber-security skills gap is likely to continue, if not get worse, according to the numbers of people studying the subject at degree level.
The Surrey Centre for Cyber Security (SCCS) has launched, and will be home to academia research on everything from privacy and data protection, to secure mobile communication and human-centric technology.
GCHQ is teaming up with UK universities to offer accredited cyber security masters degrees, and is also reportedly on the verge of appointing a new director.
There's an increasing demand for cyber security specialists in information security, but the challenge remains bringing the right graduates into the fold.
A small British educational charity has been targeted in an apparently motiveless cyber attack.
If the IT security industry is going to be recognised as a profession, we must learn lessons from more established industries.
The Cyber Security Challenge has partnered with 15 UK universities to find ideas from masters' students to discover new ways to improve trust in the online world.
Royal Holloway University has been given a £3.8 million grant to host a new cyber security training centre.
GCHQ has announced that it is to open an academic research institute that will seek vulnerabilities in software.
Last week I was delighted to attend the Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) summit in Belfast, in its third year of operating as a think tank and speaker conference.