The use of AWS by GCHQ, MI5 and MI6 raises some sovereignty concerns but experts say accidental exposure is a greater security risk.
The British public will need reassurances on cybersecurity if it is to accept government proposals for an ecosystem of identity services.
Online disruption after an attempt to "interfere" with Tesco's IT systems reveals cyber risk management is still a work in progress, even for the UK's largest companies.
To defend against a barrage of cybersecurity threats, organisations should constantly update their skills base, argues guest author Graham Hunter, VP of skills at CompTIA.
Darktrace’s Brianna Leddy, discusses why CISOs must recruit from a range of backgrounds and skillsets to create a more dynamic security function.
An FBI warning this week highlighted the threat posed by the BlackMatter ransomware gang to farming companies. The industry needs to up its security.
Security challenges for CISOs are evolving fast. What are the most pressing priorities and challenges – and how are new solutions changing the very nature of the role itself?
Dr Zibby Kwecka shares the ingredients of an effective cybersecurity strategy.
Google is issuing 10,000 physical security keys to "high risk" Gmail users as the tech giant looks to a future beyond passwords.
Tech leaders from Ministry of Justice, UK Parliament, London and more join Tech Monitor and New Statesman’s virtual forum on public sector technology.
Drawn to the wealth of data stored in the cloud, criminals are developing 'ransomcloud' malware that targets cloud services.
President Biden has identified cybersecurity as America's "core national security challenge". But where does the balance of responsibility lie between the public and private sectors in delivering a unified national defence strategy?