GCHQ has set out how it wants to use artificial intelligence (AI) in the fight against increasingly sophisticated criminal activity.
A third of MSPs have received death threats since they were elected, a survey has found.
The Bank of England’s chief economist has said the UK economy is “poised like a coiled spring” to leave lockdown and predicts annual growth could be in double digits next year.
Thousands of van drivers could be risking a £5,000 fine by driving without properly securing their dogs in their vehicle, a new survey has found.
Police chiefs have expressed confidence in the UK’s security agreement under Brexit, despite losing access to a European criminal database.
Google has warned security researchers they are being targeted by an ongoing government-backed hacking campaign based in North Korea.
Joe Biden has been safely sworn in as president of the United States two weeks after rioters loyal to former president Donald Trump besieged the Capitol.
Car safety is often at the top of many motorists’ thoughts. After all, it’s never nice to feel like your pride and joy is at risk of being broken into or stolen. However, with lockdown measures affecting the whole of the UK meaning that many people aren’t using their cars as often, it’s likely that security might have slipped further down the list of priorities for many drivers.
Plans to install an automatic gated system at an Aberdeen school have been lodged - amid safety and security concerns.
Security services will be ready for President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration despite the events at the Capitol last week, the Secret Service agent in charge of inauguration security has said.
The UK is not missing out on intelligence about wanted criminals after losing access to a European crime database under Brexit, government officials have insisted.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has said she is prepared to give policing and security agencies “even tougher powers to keep this country safe” after the UK’s exit from the EU.
Smart device manufacturer Hive has added a new home security system to its offering, which includes a siren for the first time.
Zoom has added two-factor authentication (2FA) as a new layer of security for the video conferencing app.
Russia report: Call for inquiry after ISC finds ‘credible’ evidence of attempt to influence 2014 Scottish independence referendum
Scotland’s independence referendum should have been a “warning light” for Russian interference in UK democracy, an influential parliamentary committee has concluded.
Zoom has apologised to users over security and privacy issues which have plagued the platform, pledging to make changes in the coming weeks.
Kyle Cameron, 29, appeared in the dock at the same court where the offence happened and pled guilty to a charge of assault.
Vulnerabilities in TikTok which could allow hackers to manipulate content on user accounts have been fixed after they were revealed by security researchers.
Local authorities across the north-east have spent more than £500,000 on technology for protection against computer hackers.
A union today pledged to fight for staff as security and fire services at Aberdeen International Airport are outsourced to two firms.
Easy-to-guess passwords like 123456 remain in use despite repeated warnings, according to a senior UK cyber security chief.
Attackers will find ways around security measures if the target is “juicy” enough, a senior director from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has warned in the wake of Twitter boss Jack Dorsey’s account being compromised.
Super-sensitive security scanners have been developed to spot migrants hiding inside freight trucks, which could help border forces dealing with people smuggling, terrorism and organised crime.
A north-east security firm has donated equipment to a children’s charity.
Staff at a major Aberdeen energy services firm were sent home from work due to a suspected malware attack.
There are no technological grounds for banning Chinese firm Huawei from the UK’s 5G networks, the Science and Technology Select Committee has said.
Passengers at Heathrow could keep liquids and laptops inside their hand luggage when passing through security once new scanners have been installed.
Tech giants including Apple, Google and WhatsApp have urged GCHQ to abandon a proposal that would allow it to eavesdrop on encrypted chat conversations.
A laptop loaded with some of the world’s most crippling viruses has sold for more than £1 million as a work of art at auction.
An unknown number of Google passwords belonging to the company’s enterprise customers have been stored in plain text for 14 years, the tech giant has admitted.