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21st May 2018/ CYBER NEWS

Look out for the Big One

Like a giant tsunami or earthquake, IT security pundits are predicting that the world will be hit by a cataclysmic infrastructure cyberattack within ...

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21st May 2018/ CYBER NEWS

US laws toughened on data breaches

In an attempt to stem the current flow of data breaches, several US states are introducing new legislation to tighten up data protection. Prompted pe...

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21st May 2018/ CYBER NEWS

Russians may have reaped Facebook users’ data

As in any good espionage story, the plot of the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook data mining scandal becomes thicker by the minute. It now seems possible...

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21st May 2018/ CYBER NEWS

Memory sticks chopped at IBM

IBM’s security chief has placed a ban on staff using USB sticks and other memory devices, as she considers them to be a security risk. The fear is th...

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14th May 2018/ CYBER NEWS

Hackers penetrated Alaska’s election website

It now appears that, along with Illinois and Arizona, the state of Alaska was also a victim of hackers during the 2016 presidential election. While t...

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14th May 2018/ CYBER NEWS

Durham students hit by WannaCry

As well as the NHS and Nissan’s Sunderland car plant, students at Durham Sixth Form Centre also suffered collateral damage from the WannaCry ransomwa...

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14th May 2018/ CYBER NEWS

New York beefs up its cyber defences

In the best 21st century thriller traditions, a mysterious new organisation called NYC Cyber Command (NYC3) is now working night and day to protect N...

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14th May 2018/ CYBER NEWS

Twitter takes precautionary measures

With internet privacy currently a hot topic, Twitter has advised all of its 330 million users to change their passwords. This advice comes as the res...

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