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Business Secretary Vince Cable has announced new government funding to help small businesses in the UK cyber sector to grow, collaborate and develop new solutions to tackle cyber threats.
Smartphones and social networking sites have created new opportunities for cyber criminals, but how can companies mitigate the threat to e-commerce without alienating consumers with restricting security.
A new real-time information channel is to be deployed in the UK next year to help banks combat cyber security threats, fraud and financial crime.
As we transact more and more over the Internet, the thread between physical and digital identities is becoming more and more frayed while the systems to connect them are becoming more and more complex.
As fraud continues to cost the UK economy billions each year, bank customers are now looking to the banks to cover their losses. What steps should banks take to defend themselves against such claims?
Cyber-thieves are exploiting the furore around iCloud by launching a phishing campaign that seeks to steal Apple IDs.
Businesses and the economy are under serious and growing threats from cybercrime.
Google is urging Gmail users to change their passwords after a database with user information was exposed online by hackers.
Led by Andy Archibald, Deputy Director of the National Cyber Crime Unit from the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA), the Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce (J-CAT) is launched to further strengthen the fight against cybercrime in the European Union and beyond.
Cybercrime plays a huge part in fraud offence numbers today, with seven out of ten scams now internet-related, according to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau.
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