CEO Marissa Mayer announces greater encryption levels for users' data after reports of the US government gaining access to Yahoo data centers
Encrypted data including customers' names, passwords and credit card numbers was stolen
The D-Central would create secure, portable networks around a quarter of a mile in size
The alleged DDoS attack caused 'worldwide disruption' online
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Britain has turned Royal Baby crazy as the news is announced that The Duchess of Cambridge has finally gone into labour.
Sophisticated hacking networks in China, Russia and beyond hit dozens of departments
The Defence Cyber Protection Partnership (DCPP) includes BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin and Hewlett Packard
A Royal Navy submariner who tried to pass on secret information to Russian agents has been remanded in custody after admitting his crime.
IT specialists should consider becoming police volunteers to help stop criminals trying to fleece Britons of hundreds of millions of pounds online, the Security Minister is to suggest.
Mozilla took rare step of pulling the new release just a day after its distribution
You've just opened a Web page or clicked a link in an email when your computer's desktop goes gray. A browser window pops up with the FBI logo in the top left corner. Below it is a live webcam feed with a picture of someone's face. You try to click away but find that your browser is locked. With a start, you recognize the face staring at you from the screen: It's you.
Security personnel tend not to challenge the public to sneak unnoticed into buildings they're guarding, preferring to give the impression that the entrances are impregnable and they themselves are invincible. But the "keep out or else" approach doesn't work online, where cyber attacks are rampant and the task of thwarting them is too colossal for stretched IT departments.
Former home secretary fears ticket sales and reservations could come under online attack
Manchester United Supporters Trust are collecting a "fighting fund" for the possible legal defence of United supporter Thomas McKenna, who has been the subject of a legal writ from the club. McKenna published details online of United's corporate clients and the club are seeking damages through the High Court. Yesterday a club spokesman said their action was in defence of "data security" and that "doing nothing was not an option".