Rare fault meant identifying and rectifying cause of problem took longer than usual
North Europe Azure outage blamed on datacentre "temperature issue" - but customers are still complaining this morning
Trump vows to oppose amendment to National Defense Authorization Act that would block ZTE deal
Incisive Works meets Catherine Howard, VP of Marketing at Atos.
More aggressive strategy pushed by new White House security advisor John Bolton
Proposed EU copyright laws would undermine EU dot-coms, campaigners warn
'I can't decrypt my own messages. There's an irony to that I guess'
Alexander Polyakov: 'We have nothing to do with Russian Federal Security Service'
Long-standing 'always listening' flaw in Cortana among 49 patched vulnerabilities
Ever shopped in Carphone Warehouse, Currys, Dixons, or PC World? Your personal and payment details could be at risk
Security flaw enables malware to be run that's been fraudulently signed by Apple
ZTE deal a 'personal favour' from President Trump - but it will definitely be shut down if it contravenes new agreement
Both Facebook and Cambridge Analytica were certified under the pact, Civil Liberties Committee points out
ERPScan named in new US sanctions that claim that Russia is monitoring underwater communication cables
ERPScan denies links with security firm named in US sanctions
'If the NSA tells you to get ready for quantum computers then you'd better get ready'
Banco de Chile falls victim to SWIFT money transfer hack that crashed 9,000 computers and 500 servers
Disk-wiping malware used to cover-up theft of $10m from South American bank
IoT manufacturers who prioritise cybersecurity procedures in the design stage will have a powerful competitive advantage
Popular Netgear and TP-Link routers added to Cisco Talos VPNFilter warning list
Hutchins calls 'bullshit' on new charges that 'reset the clock' in legal case
TSB stands for Truly Shambolic Bank, says Treasury committee chair Nicky Morgan MP
Look at the attacker, not the tool say security experts
Facebook/Cambridge Analytica 'the canary in the coalmine of a new Cold War', says whistleblower Wylie
Whistleblowers, journalists and the ICO addressed the European Parliament on Monday
With Google, Mozilla and Microsoft all adopting the passwordless standards, FIDO2 is a 'strong regulatory fit' with GDPR and PSD2
The Developers Alliance's criticisms are self-serving and omit any mention of opportunities, argues privacy campaigner Geoff Revill