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Whitepapers

22/09/2018 Headlines

Equifax IT Staff had to Rerun Hackers' database queries to work out what was nicked - audit

Equifax was so unsure how much data had been stolen during its 2017 mega-hack that its IT staff spent weeks rerunning the hackers' database queries on a test sy.....Read More

CCTV Vulnerability Could Allow Cyber Criminals to Hack Video Surveillance Recordings

A glitch affecting thousands of CCTV surveillance cameras could allow cyber criminals to view and tamper with video recordings remotely, experts have warned. Read More

Why Cybercrime Remains Impossible to Eradicate

Running cybercrime schemes remains inexpensive and accessible to anyone with criminal intent: To send spam emails, admitted botnet herder Peter Levashov quoted .....Read More

Malta Stakes New Claim on Crypto Leadership with Delta Summit

Malta, which has gained a reputation as a "blockchain island" on account of its positive attitude to digital assets and distributed ledger technologies (DLT), w.....Read More

Synthetic Identity Fraud: Exposing the Modern-day Frankenstein Monster

Fraudsters have found a new, innovative way to steal money. As data breaches proliferate, countless stolen identity credentials and other critical information a.....Read More

The Only Thing Rising in Today's Crypto Markets is Lawsuits

According to a report by legal analytics platform Lex Machina, 2018 saw a significant rise in litigation regarding securities and digital currencies. The 2018 S.....Read More


Video Interviews

Tim Jones talks on the wealth of networks

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Dominique Brule of Philips Semiconductors talks about Near Field Communication