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  • March 10, 2020 10 Mar'20

    Schoolgirl security experts prepare to do battle

    The finals of the CyberFirst Girls contest will take place on 16 March as the culmination of the NCSC’s annual competition to unearth future security talent

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  • March 10, 2020 10 Mar'20

    Hacking community targeted by cyber criminals in new trojan campaign

    Cybereason’s Nocturnus threat research team has uncovered a cyber criminal campaign that weaponises popular hacking tools

  • March 10, 2020 10 Mar'20

    MPs told to hold to account those responsible for Post Office Horizon IT scandal

    Subpostmasters who had their lives destroyed by a faulty IT system and mistreatment by the Post Office have asked MPs to hold to account the people responsible for the injustices

  • March 10, 2020 10 Mar'20

    VAT software supplier exposed data of millions

    Eight million sales records belonging to UK and EU consumers left exposed due to misconfigured server

  • March 10, 2020 10 Mar'20

    Police IT system failure creates significant backlogs

    Independent review of IT system failure that left Greater Manchester Police working with pen and paper finds combination of technical shortcomings, operational procedures and staff training responsible for massive backlogs

  • March 10, 2020 10 Mar'20

    US Pacific Northwest National Laboratory taps Verizon to explore 5G potential

    Comms giant links up with science and technology research body to explore opportunities for 5G to impact national security, energy efficiency and advance science in the US