A nuclear strike has been considered, but Bruce Willis is nowhere in sight
New process could make titanium production radically cheaper after scientists slash the number of steps required to refine titanium ores
Simulation involved drone hijacking, network viruses and a total loss of communications with naval forces
Cobham catalogue features IMSI catchers, location trackers and other surveillance equipment
UK defence chief uses presentation at French Cyber Symposium 2015 to identify Russia as a key cyber threat
G-Cloud data centre contract with Ark will save money and carbon emissions, claims MoD
Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity awards contracts to IBM, Raytheon BBN Technologies and Northrop Grumman Corp
Five Samsung devices added to list of approved products, despite previous concerns about security vulnerabilities of Google OS
"Serious questions need to be asked about the nature of the cyber threat facing the UK" says Labour's Vernon Coaker
Islamic state growing in cyber capabilities, says General William Shelton
Lockheed Martin says attacks are increasing and becoming more sophisticated
Why did LinkedIn get it so wrong, and how can companies tighten security in future?
Defence contractor highlights strong performance by its cyber security division in its half-yearly results
Defence Secretary Liam Fox reveals that 1,000 attacks were detected and blocked last year
Major General Jonathan Shaw is expected to be put in charge of the UK's cyber defences
Experts say worm authors 'should be embarrassed at their amateur approach'
Monitoring web traffic or offering financial incentives to encourage countries to protect systems could improve national security
MPs demand changes after delays to equipment shipped out to support troops in Afghanistan
Billions of pounds worth of arms and equipment not correctly recorded on systems led to accounts being qualified
MPs concerned that UK-developed software may be used for purposes outside of arms export laws
IBM to enhance software monitoring of two million aircraft movements yearly
Need to co-ordinate with other countries leads UK to keep its distance
MoD says recommendation for more "realism" in deadlines will only be acted on "if necessary"
Newcomer Carillion IT Services wins deal on grounds of flexibility