The UK is in desperate need of skilled workers to tackle the rising threat of cyber-crime, according to an independent report.
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The UK Home Secretary Theresa May is to outline plans this week of a "national blocking list" of websites that break the law when it comes to terrorism and inciting extremism.
British intelligence services foiled the launch of an al Qaida website, by hacking into the site and replacing bomb making instructions with cake making ones.
A Russian TV channel is suggesting that a recent airport terrorist attack may have been carried out by operatives trained on Activision's Modern Warfare 2.
The UK is coming under repeated and severe cyberattack on core infrastructure according to the head of Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).
The government, cap in hand, is asking for help from all corners of the technology industry in the UK with its fight against terror.
Home Secretary Jacqui Smith has hinted that authorities may be given the right to access your online information from social networking and auction sites.