Internet Matters calls for investment in parent education to help keep kids safe online

Following a letter by Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, to social media companies, online child safety not-for-profit Internet Matters has called for government to consider investment in parent education in order to form a collective approach to keeping young people Continue reading Internet Matters calls for investment in parent education to help keep kids safe online

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Hyper-Connected Web of Profit Emerges, As Global Cybercriminal Revenues Hit $1.5 Trillion Annually

Bromium®, Inc., the pioneer and leader in virtualization-based endpoint security that stops advanced malware attacks via application isolation, has announced the findings of an independent study that looked into the interconnected dynamics of cybercrime, and examines how new criminality platforms Continue reading Hyper-Connected Web of Profit Emerges, As Global Cybercriminal Revenues Hit $1.5 Trillion Annually

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Child Rescue Coalition and Magnet Forensics Partner To Combat Growing Child Sexual Exploitation Crimes

Child Rescue Coalition (CRC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to combating the sexual exploitation of children, today announced its partnership with Magnet Forensics, a global leader in the development of digital investigation software.  The partnership will further enable child exploitation investigators’ efforts Continue reading Child Rescue Coalition and Magnet Forensics Partner To Combat Growing Child Sexual Exploitation Crimes

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7 Reasons Why Digital Forensics Should Utilise Content Marketing in 2018

Many parts of Europe suffered major cyberattacks in 2017 when giant firms were assaulted with ransomware. More, and perhaps even worse, incidents are expected, as The Guardian recently reported UK security chief Ciaran Martin’s predictions, stating that he anticipates a Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Digital Forensics Should Utilise Content Marketing in 2018

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Security expert comment on UnderArmour fitness app data breach, 150 million users

Following the news from Under Armour that the company’s MyFitnessPal tracking app was hacked, exposing data of 150 million user accounts, Gabriel Gumbs, VP of product strategy for cybersecurity firm STEALTHbits Technologies, commented: “Under Armour claims that no government-issued identifiers were exposed in Continue reading Security expert comment on UnderArmour fitness app data breach, 150 million users

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