A selection of recent news articles in Cyber Security

UK’s Top Tech Brains Shared Cyber Threat Knowledge

The UK's first CyberThreat 2018 conference was held on 27 February, in London, bringing together cyber security practitioners from the public and private sector to understand how to combat the growing challenge of online security. Hosted jointly by the...

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You never know when your next attack is coming

Cyber Threats from Email

If your computer is locked, and you are seeing a “Your computer has been locked” notification from a law enforcement agency then your computer is infected with a piece of malware

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Spam & Phishing Scams Protection

Spam is the electronic equivalent of the ‘junk mail’ that arrives on your doormat or in your postbox. However, spam is more than just annoying. It can be dangerous – especially if it’s part of a phishing scam.

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Identity Theft Cyber Attack Information

The number of people falling victim to identity theft in the UK has risen by almost a third, new figures suggest.   The BBC reported on 26th May 2015 that criminals are increasingly using internet forums to buy and sell data.   They use the information to open bank...

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Security Threats in Cyber Cafés

No matter how good the security or how much money is thrown at maintaining the integrity of systems, there is a fundamental flaw – people. Indeed, while I have no idea as to the origin of the quote – the reality is that you really are “only as strong as your …

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Security Threats from USB Sticks

The latest craze in computer storage, the thumb-sized USB drive, is so convenient and small that it’s become a fashionable accessory. The drives come on key fobs and in such novelty designs as Lego bricks or sushi. They’re given out at conventions and …

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