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In a welcome boost for the London IPO market after the Deliveroo flop, UK cybersecurity company Darktrace launched this morning well

April 30, 2021
Cryptocurrencies Rally After First Quarter Slump

NatWest’s reluctance to enter the crypto market should be seen as out of step with the wider financial services ecosystem,

April 26, 2021
Sterling Rates To Fluctuate During Brexit Negotiations

UK Government apologises for LCF minibonds scandal and plans crackdown on online fraud

April 21, 2021

In the recently published Integrated Review, a detailed policy document setting out the UK’s national security and international policies, the government identifies

April 15, 2021

Money mule criminals use fake online job adverts to target cash strapped youngsters

March 10, 2021

Oxford University Lab Strubi has been hacked by Cybergang selling secrets

February 25, 2021

Just over half (51%) of businesses in the UK have suffered a cyber-attack in the last 12 months, an issue

February 22, 2021

The government has launched a new independent body to oversee standards in the UK’s booming cybersecurity sector. Britain’s £8.3bn cyber

February 9, 2021

German prosecutors have confiscated more than €50m (£43.8m) worth of bitcoin from a fraudster. There's only one problem: they can't

February 5, 2021
Manchester United were the subject of a suspected ransomware attack in November, a few weeks before the transfer window

It isn’t just football’s wheeler-dealers springing into action this month for the January transfer window. Increasingly, it is open season

January 31, 2021

The US Energy Department, which manages the country’s nuclear weapons stockpile, believe hackers gained access to its networks as part

December 18, 2020
UK In Fifth Week Of Coronavirus Lockdown

Hackney Council has been hit by a major cyber attack that is affecting many of its services and IT services.

October 13, 2020

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