As the number of worldwide internet users continues to rise, so too is the amount of cybercrime.
In a post-COVID-19 world, protecting the security of Europeans will depend on holistic strategies to address long-term, systemic threats.
The looming economic recovery may take its toll on Europe’s armed forces and civilian experts - they will be expected to do more with less money. This has to be avoided at all costs.
The Duke qnd Duchess of Sussex insist they have no such plans, after the president said the US would not pay for security linked to their reported move.
"We should be able to act, not everyday making comments or expressing concern," Europe's top diplomatic told the Munich Security Conference.
This practice of vigilantes came from the United States and has spread to Europe especially in countries in the north. In Scandinavia, The Netherlands, Germany and the UK, vigilante groups number more than three million citizens
Meng's wife, who remains in France with their two children, has accused Chinese authorities of lying and questioned whether her husband was even alive.
2018 saw the fourth consecutive drop in terrorism deaths — but the problem is increasing around the globe, as Institute for Economics and Peace MENA director Serge Stroobants explains.
Thailand is trying out a creative solution to reduce the number of pedestrian accidents, by painting on 'levitating' zebra crossings that force drivers to take a look and stop.
An intelligence report which security experts and politicians say should be published, will not be released until after the December general election.
In the heart of Burgundy's most prestigious vineyards, security forces patrol day and night during harvest time to deter grape thieves.
Some announcements from EU incoming chief Ursula von der Leyen about her Commission raised eyebrows on Tuesday but perhaps none more so than the new portfolio for "Protecting our European Way of Life."
All major airports in Britain must have new 3D baggage screening equipment before the end of 2022..
Holidays in Biarritz during the G7? Expect protests, armed police and restricted beach access.
European nations are stepping up their preparations to tackle wildfires this summer ahead of an expected record wildfire season.
The cruise industry is booming, with more than 25 million passengers expected to be carried worldwide in 2019. But with the increase in numbers comes an increase in risk.
Now technology is coming to the rescue.
Euronews asks national security and China experts about the Huawei security concerns.
Euronews tells you what happened and how to protect yourself.
One hotel guard is reported head as the Baluchistan Liberation Army claims responsibility.
The online terror content file looks to ensure content providers remove terrorist content from their sites within an hour of it being flagged to the hosts. Failure to do so will result in providers receiving fines.
Hackers today are capable of stealing your bank details in seconds by simply holding your debit card to their phone.
Do you even think it's got a future?
Armenian Prime Minister answered Euronews questions on his foreign policy, cooperation with EU, energy security. Nikol Pashinyan denies that Yerevan is balancing between Moscow and Brussels.
Explosive devices found in two London airports and Waterloo station prompt counter terror probe
Mobile World Congress: security challenges in a hyper-connected world
The world's biggest mobile tech show is underway in Barcelona and foldable phones are one of the main talking points.