Fraud is the most commonly reported crime in England and Wales, but the response to it is inadequate
Blockchain makes transactions visible and secure for SMEs
Tech companies are between a rock and a hard place
Five-year deal for DeepMind's Streams app follows controversy about transfer of sensitive patient data
Small organisations are less likely to be ready than large ones
Financial data of bank customers sold for as little as $22.80 on dark web criminal forums
IBM UK & Ireland GDPR lead Steve Norledge argues that organisations should see GDPR as an opportunity
Why did IT vendor Intercity Technology put £10 million into building its own unified communications platform?
Pitney Bowes' Andy Berry gives a run-down for local authorities on what they need to do to become GDPR-compliant - before May next year
NHS admin Sally Anne Day given paltry fine for causing distress to two patients
National Data Guardian Dame Fiona Caldicott warns that transfer of medical records was 'inappropriate'
More details on CIA-connected hacking tools released
Three DVDs, which showed victims talking openly about crimes they had suffered, have never been found
Online building products supplier fined £55,000 by ICO after SQL injection attack exposed payment details
Attacker accessed Plymouth-based company's customers' payment details
New proposals for encryption 'back doors' planned by UK government in extension to internet surveillance
Plans for encryption back door keys to be held by telcos and ISPs and real-time web surveillance
Fuze collaboration platform exposed online meetings to attackers as a result of 'improper access control'
Glaring access control flaw meant Fuze meetings were indexed by search engines
Company apologises for error - admits it received pretty much the same number as usual
Police to deploy real-time facial recognition against football fans at Champions League final in June
Boom in in the number of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act data requests, claims Microsoft
Consultation exercise over "flexibilities" permitted within GDPR
Cancer Research UK ranked potential donors based on their wealth
'You voted for it, you can lead by example,' argue US privacy activists.
Police in Minnesota granted court order requiring Google to hand over the identities of all those searching for the name of a local victim of fraud
DeepMind also slammed for failing to engage with, and reassure, patients