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Equifax fined maximum penalty under 1998 UK data protection law

by Greg Otto • 1 month ago

The fine amounts to $664,000.

House of Representatives to boost info-sharing program with Five Eyes allies

by Sean Lyngaas • 5 months ago

The U.S. House of Representatives is looking to ramp up a cyberthreat information-sharing program with the parliaments of allies Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Britain, according to House CISO Randy Vickers.

London police seize over $667,000 in bitcoin from convicted hacker

by Patrick Howell O'Neill • 5 months ago

The sentencing judge described Grant West as “a one-man cybercrime wave.”

U.K. cyber agency tells government to handle Russian anti-virus software with caution

by Zaid Shoorbajee • 11 months ago

The guidance stops short of banning any software outright, but warns that national agencies should avoid using Russian anti-virus software in the interest of national security.

Equifax: Hackers got personal data on Brits, too

by Shaun Waterman • 1 year ago

Hackers who stole Social Security numbers and other poorly secured personal data for 143 million Americans from Equifax got away with the personal information of nearly 700,000 British citizens as well.

U.K. to establish new innovation center for cybersecurity technology development

by Ryan Johnston • 1 year ago

The new center in London will provide opportunities for collaboration between large firms and startups, as well as other services.

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