The science behind the software that kept the trolls and propaganda at bay.
Digital technology has overturned many of the assumptions on which nuclear strategies are based, and important new security challenges urgently need to be addressed
As our world becomes increasingly fractured we must rediscover our shared values, says the President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaçi.
We mustn't confuse data with wisdom, writes Ginni Rometty, the CEO of IBM.
Over a billion people cannot prove who they are and cannot access healthcare, education or civil rights as a result. Here's how mobile technology can help.
Cyberattacks are perceived as the global risk of highest concern to business leaders in advanced economies.
Cybersecurity determines how people and organizations embrace new digital technologies. Trust in it, therefore, is the basis for any growth and progress in the digital economy.
A cyber arms race is underway. The only way to ensure nations conform to certain rules and norms in cyberspace is through the recognition of international law
As the use of virtual currencies like Bitcoin increases, so too does cybercrime. In response, we need a coordinated and considered international strategy
Can the US and China reach an understanding on norms and rules in cyberspace through formal negotiations? Are there already any areas of agreement between the two sides?
Two thirds of cyber breaches are caused or enabled by employees. Here are three ways organizations can build a strong, cyber-savvy culture.
Regulators are worried about criminals who are increasingly using cryptocurrencies to escape detection.
One thing's for sure: no one is safe in a world where AI can hack itself.
The sooner we adapt to the idea that cybercriminals are constantly adapting, the sooner our digital security will become more effective.
With rising international tensions over North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, a decision will soon be made on whether a strategic cyber attack will be used against the rogue nation.