"Cyber-crime-as-a-service" is thriving as cyber criminals are increasingly offering their skills - for a fee - to traditional criminal gangs who otherwise lack the technical knowledge to engage in hacking...
Boris Johnson's party wins by a landslide, but what does the UK's IT industry make of the result?
The government hopes the move will help reduce pressure on NHS GPs and pharmacists
Government offices and public institutions will need to replace as many as 30 million devices
President Trump had pressed Mr Johnson on the issue on Tuesday, during a meeting in Downing Street
American embassy submits extradition request for ex-Autonomy boss Mike Lynch to face trial in the US
Mr Lynch faces 17 charges, including conspiracy, securities fraud, and wire fraud