Who controls what in the digital world? Apple is currently involved in a court face off with the FBI, and has refused to produce software that would help investigators to unlock the phone of San Bernardino gunman Syed Rizwan Farook. The clash is just the latest illustration of how important, as more and more of our lives are reduced to streams of data, access to that data has become.
Security Lancaster's Dr Daniel Prince explains how criminal enterprise is thriving on the internet.
PhD Candidate in International Relations at Lancaster University Oliver Fitton and Associate Director, Security Lancaster at Lancaster University and Dr Mark Lacy review how the Syrian Electronic Army is rewriting the rules of war.
Security Lancaster's Dr Daniel Prince and Claire Hargreaves, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, examine the criminal sentencing of cyber-criminals in their blog.
Authors, Dr Mark Lacy and Dr Daniel Prince, both Associate Directors of Security Lancaster, explore cyberwarfare in their blog.
The intricacies of our emails are explored in the latest blog from Professor Paul Taylor, Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology at Lancaster University, and Co-Director of Security Lancaster.
How do we find out about cyber criminals in the UK? This is the question Security Lancaster set out to answer at a workshop with attendees from the face of our legislative and data collection institutions, ranging from solicitors to government agencies and departments.
Recent revelations about the frequency with which children experience cyber-bullying have caused alarm among parents, advertisers that feature on social media sites and even the Prime Minister.
In May 2013 Dr Nathan Roger was invited to give a seminar at Security Lancaster where he talked about image warfare and Osama bin Laden.