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One of the world’s leading cyber security strategists is calling for tax breaks for consumers and businesses to encourage them to use the latest in cyber protection to combat cybercrime.

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Convicted hackers from the LulzSec splinter group of the Anonymous hacktivists’ collective are now behind bars.

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It’s alleged that a network of bank robbers in a global conspiracy have combined cyber-crime and real-world cash theft to get away with $45 in cash.

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For the first time in 12 years, on the 16th of October, 2012, Gary McKinnon got lucky.

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Former military officer says every Middle Eastern country now has Stuxnet-like malware

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In a bid to raise awareness of the dangers of cybercrime the Government has pulled in the UK’s top business leaders for the launch of a campaign on basic cyber security measures.

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Al Qaeda has turned to online gangsters that are part of the Russian mafia to help it move its money around the web and develop extremist websites.

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Despite the increase in online fraud, enforcement of the law is a mess since the dissolution of the specialist agency set up to fight it, says Pete Warren

Been the victim of online fraud? Until recently you would have reported it to the police, but now the onus on investigating such crimes lies not with the boys in blue but with the banking industry. Without a hint of irony on April 1, the Association of Chief Police Officers announced that it would no longer be responsible for investigating e-crime. That move marked the final straw for some.

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