Ren Zhengfei denies claims that Huawei supports Chinese government covert intelligence gathering
Dr Adrian Nish, Head of Threat Intelligence at BAE Systems, reveals his cyber predictions for 2019. Adrian regularly advises both businesses and governments on cyber breaches
Not planning a migration from Windows 7 this year? You should be…
Windows 7 licence warnings inadvertently caused by Microsoft's own engineers
Cadbury factories were shutdown by the NotPetya virus in 2017, which has been blamed on Russia
Christian Rodriguez collaborated with the FBI to bring down Mexican drug lord
The man confessed to be responsible for leaking private information of hundreds of politicians and celebrities
Subscribers to Queensland Early Warning Network told: "Your personal data is not safe"
First punitive fines handed down to people using VPNs to evade 'Great Firewall of China'
Microsoft dips a toe into the personal information economy
Another question mark over the influence of repressive regimes on tech firms
Syniverse's Phil Celestini looks at how cyber crime is set to get even worse as a result of lower barriers to entry and well-resourced state attackers
Print editions of a number of Tribune Group titles affected by a targeted campaign
James Kitching, Solicitor - Corporate, Coffin Mew, discusses the growing controversy around the use of algorithms and AI affecting privacy
Hack has been under investigation since October, but staff only told now
CVE-2018-8653 must be patched manually for now
Bogdan Botezatu, Director of Threat Research at Bitdefender, gives his view of what threats to watch out for in 2019
China denies being behind cyber espionage which saw messages intercepted for three years
Facebook has 'work to do to regain people's trust' concedes privacy director
Mike Mimoso, Editorial Director, Flashpoint, brings some advice on how organisations should maintain security
But charity demands a clear statement that Project Dragonfly will not be restarted.
FTV Capital lead funding round which Egress says will enable it to expand throughout the US, and continue its growth in the UK and Europe
UK should consider adopting Norway's BankID model, says Signicat's John Erik Setsaas
Remote-access features of electric car chargers can be exploited by attackers to damage the vehicles, claims Kaspersky