• 11 Sep 2013

    Can you break the code to become a spy? GCHQ attempts a new recruitment drive to target top code breakers, mathematicians and “ethical hackers” as it tries to move beyond the Prism scandal.

  • 27 Jun 2013

    After revelations about the extent to which government agencies monitor our online data, the Data Baby and MWR InfoSecurity has a list of hints and tips to help keep your searching private.

  • 13 Jun 2013

    Cyberhacking was a source of tension between Washington and Beijing even before Edward Snowden made his revelations of serial snooping by US security services. Now he details Chinese targets.

  • 7 Jun 2013

    Gabriel Schoenfeld says covert information gathering may be necessary when a country is at war. Journalist Heather Brooke argues that governments have to make the case for such behaviour.

  • 27 Mar 2013

    MI5 analysts are to work alongside industry experts in a bid to co-ordinate attempts to combat online criminality. But will this so-called fusion cell work, asks Geoff White?

  • 31 Jan 2013

    After the New York Times took four months to repel an attack by Chinese hackers, data security experts tell Channel 4 News it marks a trend towards cyber espionage in the “third era” of cyber crime.

  • 14 Jun 2012

    A leading anti-bullying charity says that over a quarter of a million primary schoolchildren are being persistently bullied online, sometimes with drastic consequences.

  • 12 Jun 2012

    Confront and conceal – the Obama approach?

    What kind of president is Barack Obama? Certainly not the kind that America thought it had elected almost four years ago. Matt Frei blogs on Mr Obama’s expansion of cyber warfare and use of drones.

  • 30 May 2012

    Experts believe a computer worm that has collected information from computers across the Middle East is the creation of state-sponsored engineers.

  • 3 Apr 2012

    David Cameron defends government proposals to monitor calls, emails, texts and websites visits, claiming that the move is necessary to stop crime and would not be a “snoopers’ charter”.

  • 7 Mar 2012

    Following the arrests of six alleged members of the LulzSec internet hacker collective, Channel 4 News scours their social media profiles and finds a love of weapons, chemistry and Julian Assange.

  • 9 Jan 2012

    Channel 4 News understands a nuclear safety official has joined MPs and MoD staff on the list of thousands of people whose personal data has been leaked onto the internet by hackers.

  • 6 Dec 2011

    As MIT warns the power grid of the United States needs a cyber shield, Technology Producer Geoff White looks at the threat posed by the most serious cyber infrastructure attack ever: Stuxnet.

  • 6 Dec 2011

    As MIT warns the United States may need a cyber shield to protect its power grid, Channel 4 News Technology Producer Geoff White looks at how serious the cyber threat facing Britain is.

  • 31 Oct 2011

    A British intelligence agency warns cyber attacks on the UK government are on the rise, ahead of a major summit on cyber-warfare. But an expert tells Channel 4 News the summit will be “superficial”.