Report from UK security think tank RUSI finds that fraud has "reached epidemic levels" in the country and that the volume of attempts should be viewed as a national security threat.
EU data transfer mechanisms are in a state of flux, and the additional complications of Brexit can leave organizations wondering how best to navigate this current area of uncertainty.
U.K. government is starting cyber security reviews on Huawei amid U.S. trade sanctions to measure its potential for espionage using 5G infrastructure as a backdoor.
Public Health England announced that personal identifiable information collected by NHS Test and Trace program to control COVID-19 will be kept for 20 years.
UK Google users are set to lose the protections they had received from the GDPR given that the country has embarked on an exit from the EU, where the law is applicable.
U.K. study on the collection and exploitation of personal data by Big Tech companies showed that Google's and Facebook's dominance in digital advertising could be harming competition in the market.
Not only do companies need to take data protection seriously under GDPR, schools and other educational establishments also had to make major changes to stay in line with the new regulations.
UK data protection watchdog argues that personal data has monetary value and wants powers to seize assets for criminal cases, including data, under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA).
Under the new treaty between U.S. and UK, social media companies could be forced to open encryption backdoor for law enforcement officials to read the messages from criminals, terrorists and pedophiles.
Tech companies and civic organizations signed an open letter to stop GCHQ proposal to insert government or law enforcement officials into encrypted chats.