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European Cybercrime Centre opens to prevent online fraud and other crimes

The European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) will help provide tools to governments and businesses to better protect themselves online.

Published 15 January 2013

Expert Reaction: Defence Committee says military reliance on IT is fatal

The UK Defence Committee is urging the Government to be more vigorous in its approach to cyber threats.

Published 09 January 2013

Facebook and FBI bust Yahos malware scheme: expert reaction

CBR rounds up expert opinions on the cybercriminal investigation where 10 individuals were arrested for using Yahos Malware on 11 million computers...


Published 13 December 2012

Facebook moving users to HTTPS for more secure connection [UPDATED]

The social network's move aims to provide secure browsing for members.


Published 21 November 2012

One in eight UK employees admit losing work data from mobile device

Over 3 million people in the UK have lost important work information from their mobile device in the last 12 months.

The Boardroom

Published 09 October 2012

Cybercrime costs rise nearly 40% for businesses: report

Research reveals that the costs and frequency of attacks has risen for the third straight year.


Published 09 October 2012

One in four Americans suffered security breaches last year

According to a new study 90% of Americans do not feel safe online.


Published 02 October 2012

Facebook gets serious about fake ‘Likes’

The social network announces a crackdown on fake ‘like’ clicks that are issued by spammers and malware in an effort to ensure its credibility to...


Published 03 September 2012

Facebook malware tricks users with charity donation requests

Security firm, Trusteer, reveals that cyber criminals are collecting credit card data from Facebook users by posing as children charities.


Published 23 July 2012

One in ten UK businesses have suffered from cybercrime

Research by Hiscox reveals that one in ten small businesses in the UK have experienced a data hack.


Published 17 July 2012

Wikileaks starts publishing over 2 million hacked Syrian emails

The whistleblower website has begun releasing over 2 million emails from the Syrian politicians, ministries and associated companies.

Published 05 July 2012

FBI warns computers with DNS virus will be blocked from internet

Hundreds of thousands of Internet users may lose their online access on July 9, 2012 as the FBI makes plans to cut off temporary DNS servers used...


Published 05 July 2012

MI5 says cyber crime poses a dangerous threat to the UK

MI5 says cyber crimes against governments and big businesses are on the rise and that UK businesses are losing millions as a direct result.


Published 26 June 2012

One in ten hard drives sold still contain personal information

A study by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) reveals that 10% of second-hand hard drives sold online may still contain personal or...


Published 27 April 2012

Facebook partners with security heavyweights

The social network boosts its security by offering the new Antivirus Marketplace for its users and partnering with leading security companies.


Published 26 April 2012

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