Cyber attacks are one of the biggest threats facing governments and companies across the world and new UK legislation wants organisations to pay for bad security.
A new global ransomware outbreak, which picked up the name Petya or NotPetya, hit companies across the world in June and the consequences of the attack are still surfacing.
The UK government wants the country to be a leader in autonomous vehicle technology.
A new vulnerability has been found in widely used software, leading to fears of another cyber attack on the scale of the recent WannaCry breach.
Following the ransomware cyber attacks on the NHS last week, the public has been reminded of the challenges to security that come with increased use of wireless devices and electronic medical records.
There is evidence to link North Korean hackers with the massive WannaCry cyber attack that infiltrated the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) and over 300,000 computers worldwide on Friday.