One in five Brits say they have fallen victim to cybercrime
'I worked in politics that are not seen'
Cyber warfare recruits have previously been exempted from fitness tests, reports say
Ryan Collins, 36, faces up to five years in prison for his part in 'The Fappening'
Hackers using 'smishing' attacks attempt to dupe victims into giving up personal information through text messages
The ruling includes remotely activating microphones and cameras on electronic devices without the owner’s knowledge
Some parents reported how they had walked into their child’s room in the middle of the night only to hear men speaking down the monitors at their children
Millions of customers were affected after HSBC's online banking services went down due to a DDoS attack
Nissan stressed in a statement that they had no connection or stance on whale hunting
Exclusive: Experts fear breach of faithless.co.uk, affecting some 18,000 people, will be repeated on other music websites
The two Burmese migrant workers accused of murdering British backpackers Hannah Witheridge and David Miller were sentenced to death on Christmas Eve
'It was only a test, we didn’t exactly plan to take it down for multiple hours,' a representative said
Hacker groups promised to attack both the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live on Christmas Day
Anonymous threatened to attack the digital infrastructure of Turkey's banks, airports and government
Personal details like names and email addresses of users were leaked in the security breach
The government says it has sold a number of its unused IP addresses to other countries, including Saudi Arabia