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South Korean Arms Industry Urged to Prepare for Cyberattacks

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Industry experts are warning the South Korean arms industry to ramp up security in preparation for growing cyberattacks in the coming years, while a number of industry sources say some of the previous attacks could have been state-sponsored. Similarities found between previous cyberattacks against the South Korean arms industry over…

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Social media urged to do more to combat terrorism

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Windows users urged to install latest updates following NSA hacking leak

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Windows users have been urged to make sure their operating systems are kept up to date after hackers released details of exploits which cyber criminals could use to hack Microsoft’s operating system. Details of the exploits were released by the … The post Windows users urged […]

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Private sector urged to focus on cyber security defense

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The private sector will come under increased focus to serve as the first line of defense for cyber security, a former general counsel for the U.S. National Security Agency said Wednesday. Rajesh De, now a partner at Mayer Brown’s Washington …

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Carleton University students urged to change passwords after hacking tools discovered

Carleton University students are encouraged to change their passwords after key-logging devices were found in six university computers across three buildings. Keystroke loggers capture information typed into a computer, and can therefore record usernames and passwords used to log into … View full post on National Cyber Security Ventures

School exit exams urged in Connecticut, despite US trend – Education Week

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FBI Urged to Dump Extremism Website Aimed at Schools – Education Week

A coalition of groups asked the FBI to dismantle its “Don’t Be a Puppet” website, which the agency created to educate youth about violent extremism but has been criticized as targeting American Muslims and encouraging the policing of thoughts in schools.

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Hampstead residents urged to be vigilant against identity theft

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Hampstead residents urged to be vigilant against identity theft

The Town of Hampstead posted an advisory urging residents to prevent and report instances of identity theft and identity fraud. The advisory comes after town public security officers alerted Montreal police to a case of alleged identity theft. On Oct. 28, the officers saw an 18-year-old man who was loitering intentionally drop what turned out to be a false permit with a Hampstead address. Councillor Harvey Shafer said the 18-year-old man allegedly belonged to a street gang specializing in credit card theft and fraud. “These individuals steal credit cards, order merchandise online and give a fictitious address to pick up the orders,” Shaffer recently read in the November public security report. The councillor also pointed out at the time that incidents of fraud, thefts and personification are numerous in the town. The RCMP advisory posted by Hampstead says that if individuals believe or know they are a victim of identity theft or fraud, or may have unintentionally provided personal or financial information: • “Contact your local police force and file a report.” • “Contact your bank/financial institution and credit card company.” • “Contact the two national credit bureaus and place a fraud alert on your credit reports. Equifax Canada (Toll […]

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Action urged against child abuse

Describing it as a global phenomenon, they called for raising public awareness and other means to protect children from abuse.
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Companies urged to protect against cyber security after Norwich Airport hack raised in parliament

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Companies urged to protect against cyber security after Norwich Airport hack raised in parliament

Home office minister Mike Penning said companies which hold the personal data of individuals has a responsibility to protect it, after he was questioned on the issue by Norwich MP Chloe Smith. She told the House of Commons: “Norwich Airport in my constituency suffered a minor cyber attack on its website last week. Will the minister join me in first of all encouraging business to check they defences, and secondly will he redouble his efforts to be sure we are safe from cyber terrorism in light of the callous attacks on which we are all agreed.” To which Mr Penning replied: “We have a personal responsibility, but so do companies. We are working very closely with banks in particularly, but all companies are responsibility for protecting the data they hold, particularly personal data of individuals.” Bosses at Norwich airport confirmed they have been the victims of a cyber-attack – but insisted security was not compromised. It is believed the hacker accessed an old list of media contacts held by the airport and then emailed them to let them know what he had done. The hack, which is believed to have happened in October, is the second similar incident in the […]

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