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  • December 06, 2022 06 Dec'22

    Legacy IT magnifies cyber risk for Defra, says NAO

    Some 30% of Defra’s applications are currently unsupported, magnifying cyber risk as the government department struggles to make progress on a digital transformation programme

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  • December 06, 2022 06 Dec'22

    Industrial IoT focus of next NCSC startup challenge

    The NCSC for Startups programme is looking for innovative ideas to encrypt and secure the industrial internet of things

  • December 06, 2022 06 Dec'22

    EU fails to protect human rights in surveillance tech transfers

    Transfers of surveillance technology from the European Union to African governments are carried out without due regard for the human rights impacts, the European Ombudsman has found after a year-long investigation into the European Commission’s ...

  • December 06, 2022 06 Dec'22

    Don’t become an unwitting tool in Russia’s cyber war

    Researchers have turned up evidence that enterprise networks are being co-opted by Russian threat actors to launch attacks against targets in Ukraine. How can you avoid becoming an unwitting tool in a state-backed attack?

  • December 06, 2022 06 Dec'22

    Finland connects a quantum computer to a supercomputer

    VTT and CSC recently connected a quantum computer with Europe’s fastest supercomputer to enable a hybrid service for researchers

  • December 05, 2022 05 Dec'22

    Fake investment ads persist on Meta’s social networks

    Online adverts for investment scams relating to property and crypto assets are still getting past measures designed to stop them

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