A leading cybersecurity expert has called for clarity from the Trump administration after it reportedly abolished an Obama-era directive that restricted when the US government can deploy cyber weapons against adversaries.
The proposed Australia encryption law that would compel technology firms to provide a backdoor to encrypted data for government agencies has been criticised for undermining online safety.
Regardless of how you feel about Donald Trump’s leadership abilities, the President of the United States is a hot topic.
Cyberattacks on election infrastructure are a significant issue, according to a wide-reaching poll of cybersecurity professionals.
The latest round of Iran sanctions announced by Trump earlier this week are likely to result in retaliatory cyberattacks on US businesses, a cybersecurity expert has warned.
On Saturday, Venezuelan troops shot down two drones loaded with plastic explosives that were allegedly an attempt on the life of their president, Nicolas Maduro.
A lack of clear government action has created a UK “policy void” when it comes to using automated facial recognition technology in CCTV analytics, according to a leading cyberlaw academic.
The UK Government today brought into force a range of drone laws that threaten up to five years in prison and an unlimited fine for those that breach them.
The UK tax burden is the highest it has been for 49 years, according to a recent report.
Iran is facing up to a future much like its recent past, but the new trade restrictions imposed by the US may not prove as effective this time around In early August, a fresh round of US sanctions is due to be placed on Tehran, marking the imposition of what Washington hopes will be an
Scotland has been confirmed as the location for the UK’s first spaceport.
The European Union has handed Google a $5bn fine for breaching monopoly rules in a case regarding the Android smartphone operating system.
Hundreds of AI-related companies and thousands of AI experts, including Google’s DeepMind and Elon Musk, have signed a pledge promising to not develop so-called killer robots.
A director of a major cybersecurity provider has branded a US-Russia election cybersecurity taskforce as “counterproductive and dangerous” after Russian President Vladimir Putin suggested the two countries should work more closely together to investigate Russian meddling in the US election.
It has been a little over three years since Donald Trump, now President of the United States, announced that he would run for the White House in the 2016 US presidential election.
A rise in protectionism and trade wars could have a negative long-term impact on global living standards, according to a recent report by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
The day of Donald Trump’s visit to the United Kingdom has arrived, with the President of the United States set to meet with key officials and figures, such as Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth, at great expense to the British taxpayer.
Facebook has been hit with a maximum penalty fine of £500,000 for its handling of users’ data in the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
UK broadcaster Channel 4 News accused former UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson of lying in his resignation letter yesterday. It used the forthright language in the headline of a piece that saw Boris Johnson fact-checked on his resignation letter as foreign secretary.
Today is World Population Day, when the urgency of our growing population is brought into focus.
Good morning, here’s your Wednesday morning briefing to set you up for the day ahead.
We’re in the midst of Brexit turmoil at levels not seen since the departure of David Cameron, and there is growing talk of a no-confidence vote.
Brexit talks are in turmoil, with a number of key government officials handing in their resignations in response to Theresa May’s Brexit strategy.
Good morning, here’s your Tuesday morning briefing to set you up for the day ahead.
The appointment of Kit Malthouse as Housing Minister has been welcomed by the architecture and construction industry.
Boris Johnson has become the latest cabinet member to resign following the announcement of soft Brexit plans on Friday.
Many companies are not making it clear what they plan to do with users’ data when obtaining GDPR consent, according to the managing director of a customer profile and identity management software provider.
Touts using automated software known as ‘bots’ to harvest tickets in bulk now face unlimited fines as new legislation comes into force in the UK today.
The EU has made its decision on the controversial Article 13.
UK tax authority Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has stored and analysed the voices of millions of taxpayers without consent, according to privacy campaigners Big Brother Watch.