Snowden calls on peers to develop anti-surveillance tech

News 21 Jul, 2014 Caroline Donnelly

NSA whistleblower to focus on promoting anti-snooping tools

Why the FUD around APT does more harm than good

Analysis & Insight 16 Jul, 2014 Davey Winder

Davey Winder calls on the security industry to stop using scare tactics, and start using education, in the fight against APTs

Internet search

Google “right to be forgotten”: Everything you need to know

News 16 Jul, 2014 Caroline Preece

Google has begun to remove search results under the “right to be forgotten” ruling. Here’s our guide to what you need to know

Google right to be forgotten blocked search results listed online

News 16 Jul, 2014 Caroline Preece

A website listing search results blocked by the Google right to be forgotten ruling has been set up to keep track of removals


GCHQ snooping tribunal hearing starts today

News 15 Jul, 2014 Rene Millman

Spooks under scrutiny by regulators after demands for hearings by privacy groups

Galaxy Note 4 & Galaxy S5 Prime could feature retina scanner

News 15 Jul, 2014 Caroline Preece

The Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5 Prime may become the first Samsung devices to include a retina scanner

Government funding

ICO demands funding reform to help it cope with deluge of data protection cases

News 15 Jul, 2014 Caroline Donnelly

Information Commissioner's Office claims current funding model could affect the amount of work it can do

BA reverses ban on passengers with uncharged devices

News 10 Jul, 2014 Khidr Suleman

Airline will allow customers to leave devices at the airport or forward it to a chosen address

Houses of Parliament

Government pushes emergency law to allow data snooping

News 10 Jul, 2014 Alex Hamilton

Government legislation will force telecoms companies to log customer info for government investigation

Uncharged iPhones & iPads banned from US & UK flights

News 9 Jul, 2014 Caroline Donnelly

UK and US airline passengers carrying uncharged smartphones or tablets could be made to leave them behind

Is Google's “right to be forgotten” ruling having the intended effect?

Analysis & Insight 9 Jul, 2014 Caroline Preece

With the backlash against Google's "right to be forgotten" ruling underway, can we really ever forget anything?

legal hammer

Restaurant owner sues Google for Maps hack

News 9 Jul, 2014 Clare Hopping

The 74-year old is claiming Google allowed someone to hack his restaurant's listing, destroying his business


Google Glass wearers can steal your passwords with new software

News 8 Jul, 2014 Caroline Preece

There’s another nefarious use for Google Glass, with software allowing users to steal your device passcodes


25 fake government websites closed down

News 8 Jul, 2014 Clare Hopping

Five people have been arrested for running fake scam websites, imitating government services

Why explosive smartphone airport checks are pants

Analysis & Insight 7 Jul, 2014 Davey Winder

Davey Winder picks holes in the latest rules regarding electronic devices and airport security

Snowden: Just 10% of NSA data is terrorism-related

News 7 Jul, 2014 Alex Hamilton

New documents released by Edward Snowden reveal that only 10 per cent of the NSA’s collected data pertains to possible illegal activity

Security exploits

EFF sues NSA over hoarding details of zero day flaws

News 4 Jul, 2014 Rene Millman

Alleges spy agency knew about Heartbleed and other flaws but kept quiet

Angry Birds, Squeaky Dolphin, NoseySmurf: The NSA programs you never knew about

Analysis & Insight 4 Jul, 2014 Alex Hamilton

IT Pro takes you on a run down of some of the major NSA projects that may have passed you by over the last 12 months

Researchers demonstrate Internet of Things hack

News 4 Jul, 2014 Rene Millman

Internet-enabled light bulb could help hackers infiltrate networks

MiniLock drag-and-drop encryption app coming to browsers

News 4 Jul, 2014 Khidr Suleman

Free plug-in to be unveiled at the Hope X hacker conference