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Cyber Emergency Response Team To Be Developed in Guernsey

According to BBC, a cyber emergency response team is to be developed in Guernsey to protect technological security and be at the forefront of cyber intelligence A cyber security review recommended setting up a new team to deal with “threats to Guernsey’s islanders, businesses and government”. Guernsey’s chief minister said security was “the cornerstone of our […]

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Millions of Yahoo and Gmail Accounts Selling at Dark Web

According to a report from HackRead – The dark web vendor SunTzu583, was recently discovered selling over one million Gmail and Yahoo accounts along with their decrypted passwords. The information is now selling tens of millions more, .   According to the report, one of SunTzu583’s new listings is offering approximately 21.8 million compromised Gmail accounts for $450.48 – 75 percent of […]

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UK’s Most Talented Students in Cyber Security

This year the University of Cambridge organised and hosted a high-profile cyber security competition – Inter-ACE 2017 – to identify, gather together and up-skill the next generation of cyber defenders studying at the best universities across the UK and US. The skills shortage in cybersecurity is widely recognized, and these events are a strategic initiative […]

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Dublin ranked 19th in the race for ‘smart cities’

Dublin ranks 19th in an index of “smart cities” by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, which forecasts that the market for “smart” technology and infrastructure used in the world’s most advanced urban areas could expand to $1.6 trillion (€1.49 triliion) by 2020. The market for disruptive technologies in industries from energy to security and mobility […]

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The Need to Amp Up Caribbean cybersecurity

While few Caribbean cases of DDoS or cybercrime ever become public, because of the perceived reputational damage, there are ample reports of the existence of cyberattacks, including theft from banks; the hacking of government websites in the Bahamas and St Vincent by a group claiming to be supporters of ISIS; ransomware attacks on some Caribbean […]

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