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Ciaran Martin, the ex-CEO of the National Cyber Security Centre, discusses the defence review, Beijing’s latest hack and politicians’ appetite for digital weapons.
The increasingly digital power grids of western Europe and the US may be especially vulnerable to hacking-related blackouts.
Proponents of the surveillance technology often liken it to CCTV, but it is much more invasive.
A new ruling against the Chinese tech giant could push Britain away from one of its largest export destinations.
The social media app is the latest target of parliament's China hawks, but are their concerns backed up by evidence?
After one of the most high-profile cyber attacks in history, the social media company could suffer steep fines.
A dossier claiming that China orchestrated a campaign to enlist the support of British politicians was leaked last week, but who is behind it?
The government is preparing to remove the company's telecoms equipment from our mobile networks, but it will take a decade – and some experts are concerned that it will create new problems.
A new wave of cyberattacks has been linked to Russia, Iran and China, but these are not the only countries engaged in virus-related espionage.
As hospitals fight coronavirus, is our healthcare system more vulnerable to the demands of cyber criminals?
Attackers are using people's fears to prey on businesses and individuals.