New security laws should force internet firms to keep users’ data such as web browsing history, the former head of GCHQ says.
Almost 2,000 Vodafone customers may be open to fraud after their personal details were accessed, the phone operator says.
A 20-year-old man from Staffordshire is arrested over the TalkTalk cyber attack – the third person held over the security breach.
Genomics is generating big data at such a scale that research institutes such as the Sanger in Cambridge are having to rediscover storage techniques from the past
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt wins five awards at this year’s Golden Joysticks with Grand Theft Auto winning four prizes.
Google’s experiment to establish its second operating system – ChromeOS – is expected to merge into a future Android release
MEPs have called for EU states to protect Edward Snowden and on the EC to do more to protect the fundamental rights of citizens
A joint EU/US operation on the DroidJack malware is the latest example of international collaboration between law enforcement officers directed at cyber crime
Alcatel-Lucent expects to have its cloud human resources (HR) platform used in 62 countries by the end of the year, replacing aging on-premise HR IT systems
At the 2015 Parliament and Internet conference in Westminster, a series of panels explored some of the key issues affecting the UK’s digital economy