The emotive nature of linking nuclear and terrorism in the same sentence leads to understandably visceral responses as we all seek to protect ourselves and our loved ones from disaster.
Yesterday, a joint international operation led to the dismantling of a group of cybercriminals active in Italy, Spain, Poland, the United Kingdom, Belgium and Georgia, who are suspected of committing financial fraud involving email account intrusions.
Cyber attacks and data breaches very often start with phishing or spear-phishing.
Cookies are the way to keep state in HTTP. In non-technical terms, it is a way to keep some memory when a user goes from one page to another, on the same website.
In a job posting published last week, the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) - the UK version of US' National Security Agency - openly announced its intention to recruit "committed and responsible individuals who have the potential to carry out computer network operations to keep the UK safe." "This is the first time that GCHQ has openly recruited for Computer Network Operations Specialists (CNOS).
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