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Bitcoin Soars To An All-Time High, Hits $2000

The price of Bitcoins is soaring, with each one worth $2,128 (£1,638) — a little shy of its all-time-high of $2,185 (£1,682) reached earlier Monday morning. “The Japanese have caught the Bitcoin bug and inefficiencies across markets are being exposed,” CryptoCompare founder Charles Hayter said in an emailed comment. “Irrational exuberance is taking hold as […]

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Singapore Organises Cybersecurity Challenge in collaboration with UK Government

Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) is organising the first Cybersecurity Challenge Singapore, a competition to inspire enthusiasts to join the field. The challenge is open to Singaporeans of all ages and permanent residents. Winner gets a free trip to Britain. Participants who sign up for the challenge will join a virtual 3D game world […]

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11 Year Old Wows Cyber Security Experts in Netherlands

Among the panic and damage caused by ransomware WannaCry worldwide, an 11-year old boy and his exceptional expertise over cyber technology has been garnering attention. During the International One Conference 2017 in the Netherlands, Reuben Paul stunned not just the audience, which included top cyber security experts, by demonstrating a live hack through a robotic […]

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U.K. to Implement New EU AML Directive This June

Her Majesty’s Treasury (HM Treasury) will soon publish its final policy decisions in advance of the June 26, 2017 implementation of the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 (2017 MLRs). The 2017 MLRs are intended to transpose the EU’s fourth directive on the prevention of the use of the financial […]

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Guernsey States ‘Unaffected’ By The Ransomware Attack

The States of Guernsey say the island was ‘unaffected’ by the global cyber attack that disrupted organisations around the world last week. The ransomware, which locked users’ files and demanded payment to allow access, spread to 150 countries, including Russia, the US and China. In England, 47 NHS trusts reported problems at hospitals, GP surgeries […]

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