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Crime has fallen dramatically over the past 20 years, primarily due to the technological changes which have made it harder to commit crime.
A new documentation and report system brings highly customised dictation and documentation capabilities to police officers on the move
The "live" surveillance of British web users' internet communications is proposed in a draft technical paper prepared by the UK government.
Bank breaches are not always due to legacy operating systems or their inability to cope with new forms of cyber attacks. There is human error.
Biggest Ransomware Attack In History: British Healthcare, Russian and Spanish Telecoms, US Logistics & critical infrastructure worldwide taken down.
Using only a signal boosting device hidden in a plastic bag, thieves were able to unlock a modern BMW car and drive away.
An investigation conducted by Interpol resulted in the identification of nearly 9,000 compromised control servers located in Asia.
Using unique feature recognition capabilities, FaceFirst's new airport security platform identifies visitors in high traffic areas.
Highly secure internet connectivity lets US Police tactical flight officers connect to communications systems and databases while airborne.
A hacker claims to have stolen the upcoming season of Netflix’s hit series 'Orange is the New Black' and is demanding a ransom payment.