NHS staff found their computer screens repleaced by a padlock and a demand for money. Eerily, a junior doctor warned about such an attack days earlier.
How the Digital Economy Bill will infringe on our freedoms.
The Obama administration woke up to the cyber attack dangers too late.
A new ransomware that bears a striking similarity to dystopian sci-fi tropes is making the rounds.
Privacy and security experts warn against the lesser-scrutinised Part 5 of the Digital Economy Bill, claiming bulk data sharing could be vulnerable to hacks.
The government's reluctance to implement electronic voting will affect our future, and in – the case of Brexit – may have already dramatically affected our past.
Yahoo reportedly built secret software to allow intelligence agencies to scan its users' emails last year. Here's why this affects everyone – even those without a Yahoo account.
The annual Violence Against Women and Girls report has revealed more than 200 people have been prosecuted for revenge porn. Here's why that isn't enough.
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