How to build a Raspberry Pi security camera
Build your own cut-price surveillance equipment
Synology DVA3219 review: An ideal CCTV system
A smart surveillance solution with clever video analytics tools
EnGenius EL-EWS1025CAM review
A clever hybrid IP camera that combines video surveillance with a wireless AP and support for EnGenius’ Neutron WLAN meshing
Hikvision Darkfighter DS-2CD4B26FWD-IZS review
Top image quality, an IP67 rating and colour at very low light levels makes this a great choice for external surveillance
EnGenius EDS6255 review
Night vision isn’t great, but this little camera packs in a lot of surveillance features for a tempting price
Axis M1065-LW review
It’s pricey, but this little 1080p camera simply won’t be beaten for video quality and surveillance features
D-Link Vigilance DCS-4602EV review
A very affordable outdoor IP camera that’s built like a tank, though image quality is merely adequate
Russian webcam hackers spy on UK homes & offices
Website shows footage of babies sleeping in cots, offices and even a pub
Google and Facebook reject ‘Snooper’s Charter’
Internet giants tell Home Secretary Theresa May what they make of the Communications Data Bill.
Raytheon creates RIOT tracking software to track terrorists
Raytheon’s RIOT could track terrorists via Facebook and Twitter, predict future whereabouts.
Met Police and UK Government implicated in TrapWire scandal
Leaked communications suggest involvement in mass global surveillance network.
Campaign group calls for clampdown on surveillance tech
Privacy International gives Government until 6 August to respond to concerns or face legal proceedings.
RSA's Art Coviello: Security industry going through hell
A year after the hack on RSA, Art Coviello says the entire security industry has been going through 'hell.'
Trendnet firmware flaw exposes private videos
Trendnet says it has issued a firmware fix for a load of its vulnerable IP CCTV cameras.
Fulham FC using iPads to fight football hooligans
We went to Craven Cottage to see how Fulham's IP CCTV operation was using iPads to watch over fans.
CCTV service Internet Eyes forced into privacy changes
The ICO clamps down on the controversial CCTV viewing website after a clip appears on YouTube.
Love of gadgets fueling rise in street crime
Met Police warns shiny gadgets attract criminals.
CCTV service 'Internet Eyes' goes live
A website that rewards members for spotting shoplifters using CCTV footage goes live amid privacy concerns.
How many CCTV cameras are out there?
There is split opinion on the use of CCTV across the UK, but it seems those in charge have no idea exactly how many cameras are actually in use.
Tories to rollback surveillance state
The Conservative party has revealed plans to end ID cards, the ContactPoint database and give the Information Commissioner more powers.
WiMAX isn’t dead – it’s just for business
Public sector trials of WiMAX suggest it could settle into an infrastructure type niche, rather than battle LTE in the consumer space.
Big Brother goes digital with IP CCTV
Half of city councils have upgraded their CCTV to an IP network.
CCTV boosts Bolton Wanderers’ stadium security
The Premier league football club scores with new IP networked CCTV coverage in areas of the Reebok stadium it was not previously able to monitor.