The country will celebrate its 71st Independence Day on August 15.
Security forces in Wales are asking people to take a sip out of their water bottles to prove there is not acid in them.
Police have shot and wounded a man after a dramatic car chase following an attack on soldiers.
The UK, nervous about hackers gaining access to moving vehicles, has added strict guidelines to connected cars.
Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said the lead was a “disaster” and it exposed the nation to harm.
In the wake of terrorist attacks in London and Manchester, security measures will be added to Scotland’s Edinburgh Fringe arts festival to keep participants safe.
Israel began implementing new security measures at entrances of one of the most holy sites in Jerusalem.
Australia’s prime minister announced the new laws Monday.
The world’s largest sporting event sees a heightened sense of security.
Guests at 14 properties bearing the name of Trump might have their credit card information breached by hackers.
China has passed a cybersecurity law that requires foreign firms to store data within the country.
The government’s proposed cybersecurity legislation was necessary to take proactive measures to protect critical infrastructure.
The whole world could use a cybersecurity upgrade.
Yesterday, PC users across the world were asking for help as ransomware took data hostage and locked users out of their computers.
Fewer than 90 email accounts with weak passwords are believed to have been hacked in “sustained” attack.
Soldiers shot and killed a man who attempted to cause mass casualties in a Brussels train station.
The driver died in the incident but no one else was hurt.
A van drove into crowds of Muslim worshippers near Finsbury Park Mosque.
The cybersecurity arm of British intelligence services has reportedly suggested the global ransomware attack was launched from North Korea.
Security will be stepped up at polling stations during the general election in UK in light of the London terror attack.