The new DCMS minister lacks digital experience, and tech leaders have questioned the wisdom of continual changes at the head of the department.
The US, Europe and other democracies must work together on digital standards or autocratic regimes will lead the way.
Cybersecurity capacity building is an important pillar of US foreign policy, but remains hampered by bureaucracy.
Investment and co-operation key to thwarting cybercriminals, ministers tell conference.
China Mobile agreed to exit a Facebook-Amazon subsea cable project following US concerns over Chinese espionage. These worries could have big implications.
Plans to build a powerful supercomputer in the EU have stalled amid political squabbling. Tensions between member states could hold the continent back when it comes to high-performance computing.
Researchers hope that combining machine learning with satellite imagery can help generate objective data on war damage in urban areas.
Biden claimed in a speech on Tuesday that Russian cyberattacks could trigger kinetic warfare.
Servers from four cloud providers, including AWS, are thought to have been used to facilitate human rights violations. Should these companies be more proactive in policing their servers?
The UK has slid to second place in the latest version of the ITU's Global Cybersecurity Index, with the US taking pole position.
The acquisition of NWF by Chinese-owned Nexperia makes commercial sense for both parties, but some are surprised the deal did not provoke a national security investigation.
A joint approach across the bloc has been proposed to tackle hacking groups. But convincing the private sector of its merits might be tricky.