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Insecure and free public Wi-Fi hotspots are increasingly being used by hackers to steal data, according to Oerting, at a time when the European police force continues its work with a number of member states amid a growing number of attacks.
Sensitive information should not be sent over public wi-fi hotspots, to avoid hackers stealing it, Europe's top cybercrime police officer has warned.
Trojan horse gang led by the "Acid House King" who plundered £1.25 million from British banks are facing jail after being found guilty of fraud.
IS Decisions' report, which revealed that UK businesses are being hit by more than 1,000 internal security breaches every day.
Reacting to the publication of ONS figures suggesting 6.7 million adults in the UK have never used the internet, KPMG’s Stephen Bonner warns that inactivity online does not guarantee protection from cybercrime and internet-based fraud.
The rise in offensive cyber security will cause major shifts in traditional threat and protection strategies.
Tesco has succumbed to a cyber-security attack, with thousands of its customers' personal details reportedly published online.
At Shrewsbury Crown Court, Judge Robin Onions directed that a not guilty verdict be recorded on the fraud allegation after being told that a police caution had been accepted by the defendant.
Police are urging people to be vigilant for telephone fraud following a number of incidents in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) website was made unavailable to users through a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.
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