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.
The west has typically pioneered global technical standards, but China is aiming to dominate the next wave of emerging technologies.
Experts warn that over-emphasising the competitive aims of the ICA could undermine its ability to catalyse innovation.
G7 countries have agreed to the principle of taxing multinationals where they operate, but the question of how Big Tech will be taxed is still far from settled.
UK spies intercepting online communications was unlawful, a European court has ruled. Perversely, this might help the government do a data deal with the EU.
As nations become more invested in the 'quantum race', international research efforts are being frustrated.
The future of data transfers between the UK and Europe is likely to be a contentious subject for some time to come.