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UK launching Cyber Security Export Strategy today to support sales MAR 26th 2018

The UK is responding to finding itself in conflict with Russia by flaunting its cyber-skills and promoting exports to its allies with a new cyber security export strategy.

The UK clearly sees its cyber-capabilities and its robust approach to security as an asset that it can offer to partners and allies and a driver of UK exports.

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Iranians indicted over state-sponsored IP theft, hacking US universities MAR 24th 2018

The US Dept of Justice has charged nine Iranians from the Mabna Institute with stealing more than 31 terabytes of files from US, UK and other universities, companies, government agencies and non-governmental organisations.

The US Department of Justice has levelled a series of federal charges against nine members of an Iranian firm, which officials say worked on behalf of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and other Iranian clients to steal email credentials and more than 31 terabytes of files from universities, companies, government agencies and non-governmental organisations.

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UK watchdog finally gets search warrant for Cambridge Analytica's totally not empty offices MAR 23rd 2018

After weeks of stalling and delays, ICO wastes no time kicking down the doors

Cambridge Analytica’s London offices will finally be searched by the UK's Information Commissioner’s Office, following a marathon week of arguing inside and outside court.

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Security industry reacts to UK police cyber-crime budget revelations MAR 23rd 2018

As UK police forces are revealed to have spent just £1.3 million on cyber-crime training in the last three years, security industry response is damning.

A freedom of information request enabled Parliament Street to determine that cyber-crime training expenditure by UK police forces is shamefully low. How low might that be? Well the 'Policing and Cybercrime' report revealed that in terms of cyber-crime training budgets the total spend across all forces that responded, including the British Transport Police and Ministry of Defence Police Service, was just £1,320,341 spread across the last three years.

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Techies building UK web smut age check tools: You'll get a spec next week MAR 16th 2018

Citizens not keen on having habits tracked are watching closely

A spec for online age verification is due to be published on Monday, a decision backers hope will pacify opponents of the smut checks.

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SAP NetWeaver CRM flaws could lead to information disclosure MAR 16th 2018

Security researchers have warned that SAP CRM software has a couple of vulnerabilities that could be combined to compromise user data - the flaw is about as "bad as it gets".

Security researchers have warned that SAP CRM software has a couple of vulnerabilities that could be combined to compromise user data.

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Crypt-NO-coins: US city bans mining funbux on its electrical power grid MAR 16th 2018

New commercial alt-cash crafters turned away from slurping cheap electricity

A city in upstate New York has become the first in America to effectively ban any new commercial-grade cryptocurrency miners from powering up.

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Hackers using tiny malware PinkKite to steal credentials from POS machines Mar 16th 2018

Point-of-Sale endpoints used by enterprises are now facing a new threat- PinkKite - a tiny malware less than 6k in size, with memory-scraping and data validation tools, able to steal a large number of credentials and credit card data.

Point-of-Sale endpoints used by enterprises are now facing a new threat- a tiny malware less than 6k in size, featuring memory-scraping and data validation tools, and with the capability of stealing a large number of credentials and credit card data.

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SoftBank's Pepper & NAO robots highly vulnerable to ransomware attacks Mar 12th 2018

More than 30,000 Pepper and NAO robots used worldwide are vulnerable to ransomware attacks through which cyber-criminals can restrict a business's access to data, impact operations and cause such robots to malfunction.

SoftBank's Pepper and NAO robots, more 30,000 of which have been sold to enterprises worldwide, have been found to contain serious design flaws that enable hackers to carry out potential ransomware attacks, thereby affecting their functionality and causing huge losses to businesses. At the same time, it could take weeks to repair malfunctioning robots, thereby impacting productivity.

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