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Newsletter 2020 June #1

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US Police Display Powerful New Surveillance Tools

Drones, Geo-Tracking & Facial Recognition: US police are deploying a range of weapons previously unseen in a US domestic setting. read more


British Government Thinking Again About Huawei

The British government has hit reverse gear and may remove all Huawei-supplied equipment, both 4G and 5G, from the UK telecoms infrastructure. read more


Half Of Lockdown Remote Workers Ignore Cyber Security

Workers are taking more risks working online at home than they would at the office and 52% of employees believe they can get away with it. read more


Customer Compensation Claim Follows The EasyJet Hack

EasyJet faces a liability of £18 billion from a class action claim filed in London on behalf of the airline's customers hit by a data breach. read more


German Infrastructure At Risk Of Russian Hacking

A Russian hacking operation has a special intrusion technique to target the computer systems used by industrial firms to manage critical infrastructure. read more


Ethical Hackers Have Earned $100mBug bounty platform Hacker

One has announced that it has paid out $100m in rewards to white-hat hackers around the world to date. read more


The Influence Of AI On Cyber Security

AI and automation technologies are fast becoming vital to building a unified cyber security platform that organisations can rely on to repel attackers. read more


Blockchain Can Improve 5G

Latency: Industry experts think that Blockchain technology has significant characteristics that could improve the speed of 5G mobile networks. read more


Do Not Underestimate Iran’s Cyber Threat

Iran is a cyber superpower and has been focusing its efforts on the proposition that future conflicts will require advanced cyber capabilities. read more


Australia Creates Regional Cyber Innovation Centres

Australia is increasing its cyber security firepower by creating three new regional innovation nodes in Queensland to strengthen the national capability. read more

Home Working: Reduce The Cyber Risks

Without the security protections that office systems provide, like firewalls and blacklisted IP addresses, remote workers are vulnerable to attack. read more


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