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Australian police train pups to sniff out electronics and fight crime
In Australia, man’s best friend can also be man’s best ally in the fight against crime. These top dogs are undergoing training to sniff out electronic devices that help law enforcement gather evidence from digital devices.
‘Digital fingerprints’ used to tackle child sex abuse imagery
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Europe is bracing itself for cyber warfare, but is it ready?
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US denies Hushpuppi committed internet fraud from prison
The US government has dismissed claims that the detained Nigerian influencer Ramon Abbas, known as Hushpuppi, executed a $400,000 (£304,000) internet fraud from prison.
Oil terminals disrupted after European ports hit by cyberattack
The hackers disrupted operating systems and prevented some oil tankers from delivering energy supplies.
Tech this week: France authorises drones for police use
Despite privacy concerns, France’s Constitutional Court has given police drones the green light and Twitter hops on the NFT trend.
Cryptocurrency crime hits all-time high in 2021, new research says
However, the growth of legitimate crypto trading outstrips the growth in crime.
Dozens of Norwegian newspapers go unprinted after cyber attack
Amedia, which publishes 78 local titles across the country, says its print distribution was affected for much of this week
German court convicts eight people in 'cyberbunker' trial
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How to protect yourself from online scammers this Black Friday
Cybercriminals will be jumping at any chance to commit fraud this Black Friday. We spoke to a cybersecurity expert to see how you can protect yourself.
Meet the women hunting cyber criminals and fighting for justice
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Aid agencies targeted by phishing emails blamed on Russia
Thousands of addresses were targeted by emails containing malware from a compromised marketing account belonging to the the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Colonial Pipeline: How hackers are making millions from cyber threats
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Cybercrime: Insurance giant to stop covering French ransomware payouts
One of the five biggest insurance companies in Europe will stop writing policies that cover extortion by cybercriminals in France, the second worst-hit country by ransomware in the world.
Czech officials in Prague 'hit by massive cyber attack'
Czech officials in Prague have been hit by a large-scale cyberattack, according to the city's mayor.