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Cyber Crime meaning computer-orientated crime is on the rise. Over the last six years there have been over 3 billion record breaches. Cyber Crimes can be described as actions committed against a group or an individual with criminal motive to intentionally damage the people involved. Regardless of whether you run a business or have a mobile phone, everyone is at risk of a cyber attack. Cyber Crimes that cross the borders of countries and threaten foreign organisations are sometimes referred to as Cyberwarfare.

Forms of Cyber Crimes

These Crimes can come in many different forms most common of which being, Phishing, File Hijacker, Screenshot manager, Hacking etc.
Therefore considering the rapid increase of Cyber Crime, it is essential that cyber security professionals keep updated with development and learning how to prevent and recover from attacks.

 

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10 reasons to become an ethical hacker

In this article, Damon Culbert explains how ethical hackers are cybersecurity experts who go head to head with cybercriminals: read his reasons why you should become an ethical hacker.
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UK Digital Secretary meets those harmed by the internet

An upcoming White Paper will outline steps government will take to ensure the UK is a safer place to be online for those harmed by the internet
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How can banks prevent identity fraud?

Tim Bedard, Director, OneSpan, provides his advice on how banks can prevent identity fraud and gain the upper hand during a time of increased cyber attacks.
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Businesses stuck in reactive mentality on cybersecurity

IT decision makers could be stuck in a reactive mentality on cybersecurity as they are facing major challenges between dynamic adversaries, significant legislation and regulation requirements.
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5 ways cyber security in 2019 is changing and what to expect

After a whirlwind 2018, cyber security in 2019 isn't looking like an easy ride but here, Sam Bocetta, retired security analyst, provides insight into what to expect and how to prepare against possible attacks.
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Cybersecurity expert discusses changing world of cybercrime

Speaking to Open Access Government, cybersecurity expert and Vice President of InsideSecure, Asaf Ashekenazi discusses with us the changing world of cybercrime.
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UK police want funding for crime-fighting technology

UK police call for funding for nationwide officer recruitment drive and crime-fighting technology to tackle cyber crime: read on to find out more Shared Services Connected Limited (SSCL) today published research showing that if more funding were to be secured for UK police forces, 85% of police officers, correction officers...
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Mastering data is ‘almost everything’ in the future of healthcare

The outlook for our National Health Service has never looked brighter. Although the challenge has always been immense, with the right leadership, technology can be harnessed to change the future of healthcare services.
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What should organisations do about inevitable cyber security breaches?

With fines increasing but no sign of data breaches slowing, what can organisations do to protect against any potential cyber security breaches? Maxim Frolov, Vice President of Global Sales at Kaspersky Lab shares his thoughts in this report.
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UK to become world leader in cyber security

The UK is set to become a world leader in the race to eradicate some of the most damaging cyber security threats facing businesses and better protect consumers.
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Digital security in the public sector: when threat becomes reality

Many large-scale organisations in the public sector are becoming increasingly aware of their vulnerability to cyber security attacks, so how do we fix digital security in the public sector?
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Why employees are your biggest cyber security risk

Businesses seem to be constantly at risk and employees could be the biggest cyber security risk. Why and what are the most common security threats?
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Is the public sector safe from cyber attacks in 2019?

In the Budget, the Chancellor pledged an extra £1bn to boost U.K. defences, including cybersecurity. But will we see an impact on the safety of public sector’s cyber attacks in 2019?
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Three in five SMEs have experienced a cybersecurity breach

A Government survey conducted last year, as part of the National Cyber Security Programme, revealed 46% of UK businesses experienced at least one cybersecurity breach or attack in 2017
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Two-factor authentication and why it matters for public sector organisations

Paul Parker, chief technologist, federal and national government, SolarWinds looks into the importance of two-factor authentication for the public sector as digital crime increases
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Cyber warfare continues to wage on

Cyber Warfare is a major issue facing the UK and US right now, with frequent reports of attacks and defences to and from outside threats. Alastair Hartrup, CEO of Network Critical, looks at recent battles and what individual businesses can do to defend themselves
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Countering the rising cybersecurity threat

An investigation by security researchers (1) reveals that at least one in four UK councils have been hit by cybersecurity breaches resulting in the loss of data over the past five years. Sungard Availability Services looks at this growing problem and how to mitigate the risks.
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Public sector digital transformation is critical in light of cyber-attack threat

When introduced efficiently, digital transformation undoubtedly has a positive impact on the quality and accessibility of public services in the UK, with investment in digital tools becoming a key element of the government’s future planning strategies
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Why the government needs to be a leader in cyber security for a digital...

Alastair Hartrup, CEO of Network Critical, explains why he believes that the Government really needs to be a leader in the cyber security space if the digital world is going to remain safe
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The Unexpected Side-Effects of GDPR

David Emm, Principal Security Researcher, Kaspersky Lab discusses the unexpected side-effects of GDPR shortly after the new legislation came into effect 

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