Interpol is the latest law enforcement agency to demand tech firms provide access to encrypted communications - but doing so could be a gift to cybercriminals. We look at the arguments.
How can children be safer online without losing access to the benefits of the digital world?
Hackers are capitalizing on the convenience of public USB charging points to introduce malware to mobile phones.
Using passwords for online authentication is no longer fit for purpose. We can build a more secure and easy-to-use way to identify ourselves.
The World Economic Forum’s Regional Risks for Doing Business 2019 report says cybercrime is the #2 risk for businesses today. Here's how law enforcement and the private sector can join fo...
As technology continues to permeate society, surviving the future depends on bringing technologists and policymakers together. Here's how we might achieve it
When it comes to natural disasters, information sharing is paramount to overcome adversity, so why when it comes to cybersecurity is data hoarded by companies and governments?
It is estimated that between 2019 and 2023, $5.2 trillion of global value will be vulnerable to cyberattacks. So what can we do to mitigate the risk?
Cybercrime seems easy to commit and difficult to punish - but it shouldn't be hard to turn that on its head. Now a new initiative from BT and the World Economic Forum aims to do just that
From training and incentives to a corporate culture that clearly communicates the cyber-risks at all levels of the business, how can organizations manage daunting cybersecurity challenges?
Since the turn of the millennium, the cybersecurity industry has been grappling with the most ruthless adopters of platform models: cybercrime networks. What have they learned?
The enhanced traceability of digital currencies and internet-connected items will make criminal transactions far more difficult in future.
Over the next five years, economic loss due to cybercrime is predicted to reach a staggering $5.2 trillion. Unless we train the next generation of defenders, our systems remain vulnerable.
Outdated digital infrastructure and a lack of know-how has left cities around the world lagging behind the digital revolution, and cybercriminals are ruthlessly exploiting that gap. But t...
AI is transforming the future of cybercrime. It is enabling criminals to become more sophisticated and opening up new fronts through which they can attack. Now a new group of cybersecurit...