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GCHQ Boosts Powers To Launch Mass Data Hacking
8th Dec 2018 [4 days ago] from Guardian
Expanded intelligence gathering is ‘a grave threat’ warn rights groupsThe UK’s intelligence agencies are to significantly increase their use of large-scale data hacking after claiming that more targeted operations are being rendered...
Two Men Jailed For Involvement In TalkTalk Hacking
19th Nov 2018 [23 days ago] from Guardian
Matthew Hanley and Connor Allsopp, from Tamworth, sentenced over customer data theftTwo friends have been jailed for their roles in hacking the telecommunications company TalkTalk.Matthew Hanley, 23, and Connor Allsopp, 21, both from Tamworth...
Russian Trolls Prey On The Toxic Way We Do Our Politics | Rafael Behr
12th Nov 2018 [30 days ago] from Guardian
The Kremlin’s target is not the outcome of specific votes, such as for Brexit or the US presidency, but to divide the westTo understand the current political frenzy on both sides of the Atlantic, it helps to know Tortuous Convolvulus....
Bank Of England Stages Day Of War Games To Combat Cyber-attacks
9th Nov 2018 [one month ago] from Guardian
Spate of data breaches in financial sector sparks voluntary exercise to test resilienceThe Bank of England (BoE) is staging a day-long war gaming exercise on Friday designed to test the resilience of the financial system in the event of...
The Election Hackers Are Back – And They’re Starting With The US Midterms | PW Singer And Emerson Brooking
26th Oct 2018 [2 months ago] from Guardian
The disrupters and their ‘like wars’ are more sophisticated than ever, as they target elections on both grand and local scalesWhether it is in the movies, media or politics, discussions of election security typically focus on the sexy...
British Airways Data Breach: 185,000 More Passengers May Have Had Details Stolen
25th Oct 2018 [2 months ago] from Guardian
Airline says affected customers will be contacted by Friday, as investigation continuesBritish Airways has revealed that another 185,000 customers may have had personal details stolen in a data breach.Customers who made reward bookings...
UK Refusal To Cooperate With Belgian Hacking Inquiry Condemned
25th Oct 2018 [2 months ago] from Guardian
Fears stance on GCHQ’s alleged hacking of Belgacom could damage diplomatic relationsThe British government has been accused of endangering diplomatic relations with Belgium after its “exceptional” refusal to cooperate with an inquiry...
European Elections Face Growing Threat Of Manipulation
23rd Oct 2018 [2 months ago] from Guardian
Commission says Facebook scandal is ‘wake-up call’ as it calls for monitoring networkEU governments cannot treat the next year’s European parliamentary elections as “business as usual” given the growing risk of foreign and corporate...
Risk Of Interference In MEP Elections Growing, EU Governments Told
23rd Oct 2018 [2 months ago] from Guardian
Commission says Facebook scandal ‘wake-up call’ as it calls for monitoring networkEU governments cannot treat the next year’s European parliamentary elections as “business as usual” given the growing risk of foreign and corporate...
Theresa May To Urge EU Leaders To Take Action On Cyber-attacks
17th Oct 2018 [2 months ago] from Guardian
Prime minister wants tougher response to states responsible – including sanctionsTheresa May will urge EU leaders meeting in Brussels to create a new sanctions regime to crack down on governments found responsible for cyber-attacks.Amid...
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