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Rt Hon Keith Vaz MP said: “We are not winning the war on online criminal activity. We are being too complacent about these E-wars because the victims are hidden in cyberspace. The threat of a cyber attack to the UK is so serious it is marked as a higher threat than a nuclear attack”.
A report claims Blighty is failing to protect its people from e-crime.
Criminals defrauding people of small amounts of money are often not reported and banks reimburse victims without the crimes ever appearing on official statistics.
The UK must do more to stop online fraud and deter state-sponsored cyber-espionage or risk losing the fight against e-crime.
Burglary and robbery are going out of fashion as criminals turn to online fraud and other cybercrimes.
The majority of FTSE 350 companies in the UK have either not seen or not discussed guidance the Government has issued on cyber security, according to a new survey.
The European Union has approved a minimum two year prison sentence for cybercriminals who illegally access information systems.
A growing number of companies in the financial services sector are expressing concern about risks to cyber security, according to a Bank of England (BoE) survey
A new Mobile Threat Report released by company Juniper Networks shows that Android malware has risen by 614% in a year.
Facebook revealed on Friday that a bug in its system caused 6 million users phone numbers and email addresses to be exposed.
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