Last week, in an unprecedented move, the British National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) issued a joint statement with the FBI and the US Department of
Source: Amid escalating cyber attack risks, British companies are still not ready | City A.M.
Lies and fake news spread faster and penetrate deeper than the truth on social media, a major new study has found. Researchers suggested that the true stories took six times as long as to reach 1,500 people on Twitter than fake news. The academics at MIT also found fake news was 70 per cent more likely to be retweeted. Specifically, political fake news was the most likely to go viral.
Source: Fake news travels much further and faster than real news on social media, study finds | The Independent
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Great independent reviews of new tech
“Old people? T-cha!” There is a click and a sharp intake of breath. And, of course, an eye roll. Or even: “Old people and THE INTERNET!” There’s that click again. And the eyes positively swivel. Because old people – the point at which one actually becomes old is a moveable feast – won’t get with the programme and trust in technology and the banks. Some – doncha know! – are so untrusting that they are taking their money out of banks and leaving it stuffed under their mattress, or in kitchen cupboards, or in the attic.
Source: Fraudsters are becoming more sophisticated in the ways they con you out of your precious savings | The Independent
Source: Online Privacy Guide: How To Stay Safe On The Web
Great guide for kids By Caroline Chambers
Uber raises privacy concerns with location tracking update
Source: Uber wants to know where you go – after you leave its cars | IT PRO
Chances are cyber crime is going to get worse before things get better as new technology develops and the hacker hunters fight back
Source: Is the future of cyber crime a nightmare scenario? – Raconteur
WINDOWS 10 has been criticised for its overly aggressive upgrade tactics, privacy concerns and lack of user choice, in a damning new report by the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Source: Windows 10 collects an ‘unprecedented amount’ of data, claims EFF
A cybercriminal has listed credentials for 200 million alleged Yahoo accounts for sale on the dark web. Yahoo has neither confirmed nor denied the claims, and users may want to reset passwords.
Source: Hacker claims 200m Yahoo accounts are listed on a dark web market | Daily Mail Online