Roger Howorth The trouble with the internet is that it’s unreliable, untrusted and insecure. We use some clever add-ons to the Internet Protocol (IP) to address two out of those three problems. But currently...
When quantum computers arrive the Web as we know it will break. We talk to scientists cryptographers and entrepreneurs working to ensure this does not happen.
DNS over HTTPS encrypts DNS traffic - hiding users' web surfing from ISPs
Google's quantum supremacy is real. Now we urgently need quantum-safe encryption, says UKNQT's Sir Peter Knight
'There's a lot at stake in rewiring the world in terms of encryption and we all depend on getting it right'
Avast and French police disinfect 850,000 PCs with Retadup malware after seizing command-and-control servers
Design error in Retadup's command-and-control server enabled security specialists to remotely remove the malware
The new security consortium will develop standards for securing sensitive data during processing