IT security experts warn that without proper cyber security investment, the Trident Nuclear Missle system could be hacked
'Weakening security to advance security doesn't make sense' - Tech industry body warns on encryption backdoors
ITI CEO Dean Garfield argues that creating backdoors would help criminals
ISIL 'doing their best' to use the internet to kill UK citizens, warns Osborne as he pledges to double cyber crime funding
Electricity supply, traffic control and hospitals all under threat, alleges Chancellor
'You're too late, Dave - the genie's out of the bottle,' says Wikipedia founder
MI5 chief says Twitter, Facebook, should be monitoring users and notifying authorities about suspects
Andrew Parker says social media firms can help to tackle crime and prevent terrorists from 'going dark'
Protests or profiteering? Whether it's Anonymous, the Cyber Caliphate or Cyber Berkut, the hack remains the same
Stephen Coty examines some of the means and motives of the burgeoning number of "hacktivists"