Sarah Palin has said she is under heavy cyber attack from London-based supporters of the Wikileaks website.
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A jury has been selected in the trial of Sergey Aleynikov, the ex-Goldman Sachs programmer accused of stealing the bank's algorithmic trading code.
SAP's £820 million fine over Oracle software and data theft is likely to be a blow to all enterprise software users because it will undermine the growing market for third-party support, according to IDC.
The government is advocating prison sentences for executives of internet service providers that are caught snooping on sensitive customer information, it has been reported.
The Information Commissioner has effectively compelled Google to improve its data handling, as part of a new agreement.
An analyst at Swiss bank UBS has sent an accidental email that caused the bank to be dropped by a major client, General Motors.
Businesses that act now to prepare for IPv6 should be given "tax credits" to help them with the migration, according to Vint Cerf.
The London Stock Exchange has declined to publicly explain a two-hour IT problem experienced this morning on its network.
The government's revival of a multibillion pound plan for communications companies to store data on UK emails, web traffic and phone calls was last night attacked by the Information Commissioner.
The British government yesterday signalled its intention to slash public sector IT spending in the Comprehensive Spending Review, in a move that will send shock waves through the industry.
David Cameron today confirmed that £650 million will be allocated over a four-year period to the fight against cyberattacks.
Huge improvements are needed in the government's approach to cyber security, the IT security industry has warned ahead of today's Strategic Defence and Security Review.
The government has allocated approximately £500 million to tackle <a href="http://www.computerworlduk.com/news/security/3244562/cyber-attacks-now-a-top-threat-to-uk-security-says-home-secretary/">internet threats</a>.
Britain's national security faces a serious threat from cyber attacks, according to home secretary Theresa May.
Businesses need air traffic control style security to protect their myriad systems in operation and meet regulatory demands, according to RSA Security president Art Coviello.