US chief claims trade-offs need to be made to safeguard citizens.
Google, Microsoft and Facebook will be among attendees at Culture Secretary-led meet-up.
Internet giant claims up to 13,000 requests were made for information by US law enforcers since December 2012.
North Korea uses NSA Prism scandal to hit out at US.
Consumer electronics giant claims it only provides data when a court order is submitted.
A password vulnerability affecting 300 medical devices could have dire consequences for patients, warns US security force.
Market watcher claims firms must act now to prevent personal information falling into the wrong hands.
Bank of England director flags concerns over cyber risks.
Court-martial hearing links Bradley Manning to US surveillance programme breach.
Car manufacturer turns to network security firm to safeguard financial data.
Firms face cost of £2 million per incident, report says
Exploits multiple vulnerabilities and blocks uninstall attempts.
Local government body has lost 76 laptops, leaving personal details unprotected.
Intelligence and Security Committee query Chinese telco's involvement in UK infrastructure.
Secret US court order allows government agency to monitor Verizon customers.
Internet giants tell Home Secretary Theresa May what they make of the Communications Data Bill.
A security researcher claims, despite being patched several months ago, hackers are still exploiting Ruby on Rails security hole
Drupal.org falls victim to hackers, resulting in new passwords for users.
UK arm of hacking collective uses YouTube video to set out "desiccation" plans for far right group.
Annual review claims web became more malicious in past year.
North Korea hails US "kingpin" of rights abuse
TPA hits out at schools' "wasted" tech investments
IT Pro report: The enterprise threat landscape
Google invests $7m in eradicating child abuse from the web
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