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  • ICAO raises concerns over security of airports, aviation infrastructure in India

    December 16, 2018

    The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has raised concerns over the security of airports and other aviation infrastructure in India following an audit at the Chennai airport and the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), the aviation security regulator. These concerns raised several questions on the capability of aviation regulators to manage unprecedented growth registered by ...

  • Metropolitan Police to test live facial recognition in Westminster

    December 15, 2018

    The Metropolitan Police is to test live facial recognition in Westminster as part of an ongoing trial of the controversial technology. A deployment of the surveillance software will take place on Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 December in and around Soho, Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square. It will be used “overtly” with a uniformed presence and information ...

  • Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Open to IoT Attacks

    December 14, 2018

    Flaws could allow an attacker to stop or start a home charging station, or even change the current in order to start a fire. Given that creating proof-of-concept (PoC) cyberattacks for the Internet of Things (IoT) is essentially like shooting fish in a barrel these days, perhaps it’s not exactly surprising that a new niche category ...

  • Nine dead after Turkish high-speed train crashes in Ankara

    December 13, 2018

    Nine people have been killed and 47 injured after a Turkish high-speed train crashed into an overpass in the country’s capital. The crash was caused by a collision with a local train, Ankara governor Vasip Sahin said. Speaking to reporters at the scene, Mr Sahin said the high-speed train, which was travelling to the central province of ...

  • Strasbourg shooting: Gunman at large after two killed and 11 injured

    December 11, 2018

    Two people have been killed and 11 others wounded in a shooting in the eastern French city of Strasbourg. The gunman, known to security services, is on the run and is being hunted by police. He had been injured in an exchange of gunfire with a soldier, police said. The shooting happened close to a Christmas market ...

  • 25% of NHS trusts have zilch, zip, zero staff who are versed in security

    December 11, 2018

    A quarter of NHS trusts in the UK responding to a Freedom of Information request have no staff with security qualifications, despite some employing up to 16,000 people. On average, trusts employ one qualified security professional for every 2,582 employees, according to Freedom of Information requests submitted by penetration testing firm Redscan. Trusts were asked about their ...

  • Russian Critical Infrastructure Targeted by Profit-Driven Cybercriminals

    December 11, 2018

    Several critical infrastructure organizations in Russia have been targeted by hackers believed to be financially-motivated cybercriminals rather than state-sponsored cyberspies. An analysis of malicious Word documents led researchers at endpoint security firm Cylance to discover fake websites set up to impersonate the legitimate sites of Russian oil giant Rosneft and two dozen other major Russian companies. ...

  • Financial Conduct Authority warns asset management industry facing cyber risks

    December 10, 2018

    The asset management industry suffers from a lack of expertise and preparedness with regard to cyber security, and is risking “serious harm to its clients” and the wider market, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has warned. In a multi-firm review of the asset management and wholesale banking sectors published today (10 December), the FCA also found an overreliance ...

  • Saipem servers suffer cyber attack in Middle East

    December 10, 2018

    Italian oil services company Saipem (SPMI.MI) said it had identified a cyber attack out of India on Monday that had primarily affected its servers in the Middle East. “We are collecting all the elements useful for assessing the impact on our infrastructures and the actions to be taken to restore normal activities,” the firm said in ...

  • Market volatility: Fake news spooks trading algorithms

    December 10, 2018

    Fake news and inaccurate headlines may have contributed to recent stock market volatility, as trading algorithms try to interpret market-related news. Hugh Son, at CNBC reported that in a note written to clients by J.P. Morgan Chase’s top quant, Marko Kolanovic, blamed a media landscape that’s a mix of real and fake news, which makes it easy for others ...

  • US Office of Personnel Management Still Vulnerable to Hacking According to GAO

    December 10, 2018

    The U.S. Office of Personnel Management failed to implement about a third of the 80 information security recommendations made by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) following a data breach announced during 2015. According to the report sent to the U.S. Congress by GAO, “In summary, OPM has made progress in implementing our recommendations for improving its security posture, ...

  • Europol Hits Darknet Ring That Shipped Counterfeit Money All Over Europe

    December 10, 2018

    A large part of a group that was selling counterfeit Euro banknotes, drugs, and other illegal assets through a dark web marketplace was dismembered following 300 house searches and the apprehension of 235 suspects from 13 different European countries. The joint operation between Europol and multiple law enforcement agencies from various European countries started on 19 ...



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