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#TEISS18: Brexit Upsets Hiring and Increases Skills Shortage

#TEISS18: Brexit Upsets Hiring and Increases Skills Shortage

Brexit is discouraging people from coming to the UK, and that is making hiring more challenging

GDPR Extortion Warning as Cyber-Criminals Get Smart in 2018

GDPR Extortion Warning as Cyber-Criminals Get Smart in 2018

Trend Micro claims attackers are becoming more strategic

#TEISS18: Weak Perimeters Can Undermine Security

#TEISS18: Weak Perimeters Can Undermine Security

Freaky Clown highlighted common failings in what should be highly secure environments

UK Councils Suffer 37 Cyber-Attacks Per Minute

UK Councils Suffer 37 Cyber-Attacks Per Minute

Big Brother Watch claims 29% have had systems breached

Savers Call for Action on Pension Clone Fraud

Savers Call for Action on Pension Clone Fraud

Fraudsters tricked UK consumers out of £200m last year

Breach Exposes Sensitive California State Employee Data

Breach Exposes Sensitive California State Employee Data

Thousands of Social Security believed to have been exposed

Hackers Target Indian Lender Via Swift Transfers

Hackers Target Indian Lender Via Swift Transfers

Cyber-criminals tried to transfer $2m in unauthorized remittances

Unlucky 13: DoJ Indicts Russians for US Election Meddling

Unlucky 13: DoJ Indicts Russians for US Election Meddling

Reveals a systematic attempt to swing 2016 election in Trump’s favor

7900 Vulnerabilities Didn't Make It into the CVE Database in 2017

7900 Vulnerabilities Didn't Make It into the CVE Database in 2017

Last year broke the previous all-time record for the highest number of reported vulnerabilities, with 20,832 of them cataloged.

Siemens, Airbus and Others Ink Charter on Critical Infrastructure, IoT

Siemens, Airbus and Others Ink Charter on Critical Infrastructure, IoT

The nine-member group outlines 10 action areas, and it has agreed to pioneer independent certification for infrastructure.

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