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Alert - Microsoft Tech-Support Scammers using WannaCry attack to lure victims

May 24th 2017
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NCSC: Latest statement on international ransomware cyber attack

May 15th 2017
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'Alarming' rise in ransomware

May 11th 2017
 

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Have you ever had your email account hacked?


Yes, but only once.
Yes, several times.
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Fresh drive to develop next generation of cyber security experts

 
February 12th 2017
Via our colleagues at the National Cyber Security Centre

The fight to protect the UK from the growing threat of cyber attacks has been boosted by a successful student scheme that launched its expanded 2017 programme yesterday (2 February).

CyberFirst, a pivotal part of the government’s National Cyber Security Programme, serves to find, finesse and fast-track tomorrow’s online security experts about to start university or in their first year.

Up to 250 recruits will now be able to receive £4,000 student bursaries, paid work placements and employment on graduation after more than 20 companies pledged their support to the government initiative.