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Newsletter October #3 2019

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Positive Cyber-Secure TrainingA new, highly engaging approach to cyber security Training. Go-Cyber introduce an app that challenges traditional learning & focuses on behavioural change to improve employee skills and security awareness. read more


Malware Has Increased By 64%

WatchGuard report that malware volume has  increased by 64% year-on-year and increasingly targets organisations in Europe and APAC. read more


Google Creates Video Tools To Fight Deepfakes

Google has released a database of 3,000 deepfakes to help researchers build the tools needed to take down harmful fake videos. read more


Iranian Hackers Deploy New Spear-Phishing Techniques

The Iranian state-sponsored threat actor known as Charming Kitten is using new spear-phishing methods, according to the experts at ClearSky. read more


USA & Britain Agree To Share Crime Data

Police and other law enforcement agencies will be able to obtain data more quickly from electronic service providers operating in each jurisdiction. read more


US 2020 Presidential Campaign Cyber Security Examined

Evaluation of the competing 2020 US presidential campaigns' readiness to resist interference and protect privacy reveals some worrying issues. read more


Good Cyber Security Practice On The Go

When you’re travelling on business you carry critical data with you and it is always important to practice safe online behavior for good cyber security. read more


AI Security Tool Can Think Much  Faster Than Human

An innovative new cyber security tool has been launched by Darktrace, one that thinks like a human but works at the speed of a computer. read more


Incompatible: Privacy & The Internet of Things

Video surveillance is now considered an IoT application and cameras often connect with domestic automation systems, threatening privacy. read more


Location App Used By Hong Kong Protesters Deleted

Apple has removed an app that protesters in Hong Kong have used to track police movements and tear gas use, saying the app 'violated its rules'. read more

UK Announces Plans For A Workforce Cyber Security Audit

The UK government investigates the issues around the employment and training of cyber security professionals and the ethics of 'Big Tech'. read more


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