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Big Data In The Service of Police

by Neil Telford on 2017-10-04 11:08AM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-Police, FREE TO VIEW

Dragnet Surveillance & Predictive Policing: Big data analytics both amplifies and transforms police surveillance practices.

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Ransomware Analysis Suggests A Bleak Future

by Neil Telford on 2017-10-04 10:36AM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-Police, FREE TO VIEW

The future of ransomware does not offer any good news, as analysis shows new tactics and advances by the perpetrators.

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British Police’s First Cyber Dogs

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-25 06:32PM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-Police, FREE TO VIEW

Police are using the detection dogs to track down computer software hidden in homes of suspected sex offenders.

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China Wants To Use AI To Predict Civil Disorder

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-25 05:14PM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-Police, GOVERNMENT-National, FREE TO VIEW

China’s domestic intelligence chief tells police to use Artificial Intelligence to improve their ability to predict social unrest.

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The Hidden History of CyberCrime Forums

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-19 07:13PM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-Police, FREE TO VIEW

In 2001 a crime forum created to monetise stolen credit card numbers formed the framework for today's criminal underground.

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Banks Join Forces to Fight CyberCrime

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-19 07:10PM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-Police, FREE TO VIEW, BUSINESS-Services-Financial

Local and international banks in the United Arab Emirates are sharing information in an effort to reduce cyber attacks.

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What Is Selling On the Dark Net?

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-19 07:08PM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-Police, FREE TO VIEW

Illegal guns. Drugs. Counterfeit money. Ransomware. Credit Card data. German Police turn a spotlight on the Dark Net.

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A Global Issue: Cybercrime In Singapore

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-19 07:06PM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-Police, FREE TO VIEW

Cybercrime in Singapore nearly doubled between 2014 and 2016 and it is a penalty of a high level of connectivity.

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Local Government Computer Systems Are Soft Targets

by Neil Telford on 2017-09-19 06:37PM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-Police, FREE TO VIEW

Even a small vulnerability can lead to big problems. A hack affecting NY state police illustrates the vulnerability of local government networks.

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Cybercrime In The EU - Where Are You Safe?

by Tim Heath on 2017-09-15 10:17AM in NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-Police, FREE TO VIEW

Website Builder Expert recently conducted research into just how vulnerable computer users in the EU are to cybercrime. There are some surprises.

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