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Mitigating cyber-attacks with cybersecurity awareness, programmes, and technology

Mark Brown, Global Managing Director at BSI Cybersecurity and Information Resilience, discusses cybersecurity awareness, challenges in the industry and the development of a comprehensive...

Helping SMEs mitigate the growing threat of cybercrime

Terry Mayer, Senior Research Specialist and Geo-Political Analyst at Cyjax Ltd, discusses how SMEs can alleviate the threat of cybercrime. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are...
Making significant progress towards a safer digital future

Making significant progress towards a safer digital future

A novel Technology Access Programme will deliver UK technology companies with training and opportunities to block cyber vulnerabilities, and lead to a safer digital future.
Using blockchain technology to enhance secure communications

Using blockchain technology to enhance secure communications

Researchers have developed a method that utilises blockchain technology to improve the capacity for secure communication for robot teams.
UK government announces the home of the National Cyber Force

UK government announces the home of the National Cyber Force

The permanent location of the National Cyber Force campus has been revealed, and the joint MoD and GCHQ partnership is helping to keep the UK safe as the new home of offensive cyber operations.

NSF finance $4.4m grant to advance cybersecurity education

The NSF has revealed it will be providing a $4.4m federal grant to educate the next generation of cybersecurity experts.
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EU financing to advance next-generation cyber security platform

EclecticIQ has obtained €15m worth of EU financing from the European Investment Bank to facilitate the development of a next-generation cyber security platform.

Only cyber-security investment can tackle the growing threat of cybercrime

Ian Thornton-Trump, the Chief Information Security Officer at Cyjax Ltd, discusses the necessity of widespread cyber-security investment. From 2015 onwards, the scourge of ransomware attacks on small,...
UK and US cyber security leaders discuss collective threats and opportunities

UK and US cyber security leaders discuss collective threats and opportunities

Cyber security leaders from the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) meet in London.
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$400,000 awarded to establish computer hardware cybersecurity course

A novel cybersecurity education programme has been awarded $400,000 by the NSF to train students to create more secure computer hardware.

UK cyber experts connect with tech startups to tackle security challenges

In a move to link UK cyber experts with the tech industry, the first companies to work with the National Cyber Security Centre for Startups have been chosen.

Ending cyberattacks with post-quantum cryptography computer chip

Scientists have made significant progress in combatting cyberattacks, developing a computer chip that utilises post-quantum cryptography.
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UK cybercrime study reveals substantial financial losses for the public

A novel investigation into the prevalence of UK cybercrime has revealed a financial loss of £5.7m to British people and businesses in 2021.

US Army researchers enhance vehicle cybersecurity with machine-learning

Researchers have developed an innovative machine learning technique that provides significantly more robust cybersecurity for vehicles.

Cybercrime study reveals rise in incidents during COVID-19 pandemic

A study has discovered that cybercrime has been exacerbated during the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting the need for robust cybersecurity.

UK government hold China responsible for Microsoft cyber-attack

The UK government has announced they and its allies are inculpating China for the cyber-attack experienced by Microsoft earlier in the year.
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UK Cyber industry receives substantial government backing

UK cyber businesses have been provided a substantial investment of £700k by the UK government to significantly enhance the sector.
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The Open University predicts the future’s most in-demand jobs

The most in-demand future jobs have been forecasted by the Open University's future trends predictor, revealing coveted career paths.
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Combatting the illegal timber trade with blockchain operating platform

The illegal timber trade causes devastation worldwide; now, iov43 have developed a blockchain operating platform to eradicate it.
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The European struggle with COVID-19 contact tracing apps continues

Willem Jonker, CEO of EIT Digital, spoke to Innovation News Network’s Georgina Ryan about digital transformation during the pandemic, Europe’s struggle with COVID-19 contact tracing apps and adopting physical tokens as a simple and secure alternative to current tracing methods.

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