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Cyber Security
Cyber Security

4 of the biggest cyber security risks we face today

From cloud account compromise to supply chain risk, we ask security leaders in private and governmental roles about the biggest threats facing our businesses today

Cyber Security

How close is artificial intelligence to our actual brains?

AI is still in its infancy because we still don’t fully understand how our brains work – so how far are we from having a human-like AI?

Cyber Security

Food security: how protected is our supply chain from cyber attacks?

With grocery prices soaring and the war in Ukraine raging on, Rahul Tyagi examines how vulnerable our supply chain infrastructure is to disruption


Why SMEs should prioritise outsourcing their cyber security

In order to keep digital data safe, now is the time for businesses to move towards a leaner operating model, advises cyber security expert Rahul Tyagi.

Cyber Security

Here’s how a state-sponsored cyber attack will affect our lives

With Russian reprisals for sanctions a strong possibility, cyber security expert Rahul Tyagi unpicks the impact of a state-sanctioned, large-scale cyber-attack on how we work, live and communicate - and how we can best prepare for the worst.

Cyber Security

The imitation game 2.0: a race to build quantum computing

How can we adopt new encryption standards in time for the next stage of quantum computing?

Cyber Security

A house of cards: securing digital connections across organisations

File sharing and messaging systems between organisations can become an open outlet for your data. How can you protect your digital pathways while collaborating?


MoD pays ‘ethical hackers’ to find flaws in bid to avoid cyber attacks

Bug bounty programs offer people a financial reward in exchange for reporting technical flaws.

Microchip-maker sale to China ‘bigger UK threat than Huawei’

Ciaran Martin was chief executive of the National Cyber Security Centre until August.

China calls UK cyber attack accusations ‘groundless and irresponsible’

The Foreign Secretary accused China of being behind the ‘reckless’ attack on Microsoft Exchange servers earlier this year.

Raab pledges £22m cyber security funding for vulnerable countries

North Korea, Iran, Russia and China are using technology ‘to sabotage and steal, or to control and censor’, according to the Foreign Secretary.

UK faces ‘moment of reckoning’ over rising cybersecurity threats

GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming has said that, without action, the UK’s prosperity and security will be under threat from the likes of Russia and China.

UK’s cyber security unit ‘clear-eyed’ on China’s technology ambitions

NCSC boss Lindy Cameron also warned company bosses that cyber security is still not being taken seriously enough.

Warning over hidden cyber attacks as number of reported breaches falls

Nearly four in 10 firms identified incidents in the last 12 months, down from 46% the previous year, according to the Cyber Security Breaches Survey.

Free tool offering personalised cyber security tips launched by Govt

A survey by the National Cyber Security Centre suggests eight in 10 Britons fear themselves, friends or family falling victim to cyber crime.