Dubai: the Detained in Dubai group says Jamie Harron will take legal action against his accuser when he is eventually able to return to Britain

(...) risk of imprisonment themselves under the UAE’s cybercrime laws which forbid criticism of the(...)

David Blunkett: ‘The mind-set is almost that cyberattacks are what happen to other people’

(...) (ICSPA), a not-for-profit cybercrime awareness organisation established in 2010. Six years prior to this(...)

 Centra, Supervalu and Daybreak stores were targeted by cybercriminals. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

(...) attacks have gone up by 300 per cent since 2015 and the economic impact of cybercrime is estimated to have(...)

Google’s Dublin HQ. Photograph: Reuters/Cathal McNaughton

Google offered cybercrime training for the judiciary ahead of the introduction of new digital(...)

Vogue Williams's documentary series is part-investigation, but more personal journey. Photograph: Getty Images

(...), who’s serving a sentence in Wakeley prison for cyber-crime. He uses his talents to help his fellow(...)

 An engineer monitors a cyber threat map.  “Businesses are divided in two. Those who believe they have been attacked. And those who don’t know they have been attacked.” Photograph: Erdem Sahin/EPA

The European Commission has joined the war on cyber-crime, creating a new EU Cybersecurity Agency(...)

WannaCry ransomware attack: Cybercrime is very much a global phenomenon but the solutions begin at home
Dealing with a global threat

(...) estimated global financial losses due to cybercrime to be at least €350 billion a year and projected them to(...)

A lot of SMEs are moving into the cloud
Seeking solutions for SMEs

(...) with cybercrime, SMEs face much the same threats but with scant resources to deploy. There are, however(...)

MPs on Monday continued to debate the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, with a vote on its second reading expected early on Tuesday morning. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

(...) migration, cyber-crime, and conventional state-based military aggression,” he said. Foreign secretary Boris(...)

Fianna Fáil says the  Public Services Card has not been very effective in combatting fraud. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

(...) “in the age of leaking of personal data, hacking, cybercrime and identity theft. if you centralise(...)