The spate of incidents over the past year, in which individuals’ personal details were lost or stolen, has dented public – and business –...

Did you know that today, Wednesday 28th January, is the EU’s Data Protection Day? Probably not – it was one piece of information the government...

Information Age readers will already be familiar with the UK government’s data protection track record. Suffice it to say, public sector handling...

As our lives become increasingly integrated with online solutions and management tools for daily problems, there is an ever growing exposure to...

More than eight out of ten fines issued by the Information Commissioner's Office for data security breaches were for self-reported incidents,...

Three UK police forces have apologised to over 1,000 staff after their personal details were sent to security services provider G4S during IT and...

Hacktivist collective Anonymous has published a "mass data leak" containing details of what it says are members of the far right group English...

Users of Drupal.org, the community site for the open source content management system, have had their passwords reset after the site's...

Microsoft and the FBI say they have significantly disrupted a ring of botnets that has stolen $500 million in the last 18 months. 

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Scotland’s largest local authority faces has been fined £150,000 after two unencrypted laptops containing thousands of citizens' personal...

Google, Twitter, Facebook and Microsoft have called on the US government to lift a gagging order that prevents them from revealing what...

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Apple is the latest tech titan to release statistics on the number of requests it receives from US law enforcement for access to its information...

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