Articles by Dan Raywood
Former Tory leadership challenger says regulation of UK's surveillance agency is 'very poor.'
Approximately 880,000 Viator customers had their payment card information compromised.
The two week window to update systems since the Gameover Zeus takedown has passed. But has anything changed?
What impact did his revelation have, who are the winners and losers, and is Snowden a hero or villain? Experts have their say
Malware and cybercriminals may grab the headlines, but threats from rogue employees pose the biggest risk for companies
While many believe cyber attacks are sophisticated and require huge technical knowledge, the truth is somewhat different
Connected pacemakers and insulin pumps mean failure to test them properly could leave them vulnerable to cyber-attack.
Businesses and governments who have developed cyber espionage tools have turned to use them for business advantage.
19-year-old Will Shackleton will work at Facebook this summer after winning the UK Cyber Security Challenge.
Edward Snowden says that the fact US government doesn't know what documents he has shows encryption is working - for now.
A cyber-security expert says the monetary fine handed down to the British Pregnancy Advice Service is the only way to change behaviour.
Security expert David Emm says that as long as targeted attacks remain profitable the malware used in them will become more sophisticated.
The fake Flappy Bird apps which appeared after the original was removed are using your phone to send premium rate messages
Following revelations that data collected by apps is being used by the NSAv to track users, security experts say the gatekeepers be doing more.
New research shows that CEOs need to put in place robust plans for responding to cyber-attacks or face the consequences.
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) should drop its monetary penalties as they have not achieved anything and have not changed bad behaviour.
Renowned cryptorapher Bruce Schneier reveals that working on creating a better response to cyber attacks tempted him to leave BT.
The CEO of Certivox has branded the collaboration between Lavabit and Silent Circle to provide widespread end-to-end email encryption as illogical.
IT professionals in the UK believe a major attack on some part of the critical national infrastructure is imminent.
Security firm Certivox forced to pull its PrivateSky product after GCHQ threatened it with a warrant.