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More and more children are spending time online, whether it's scrolling through TikTok or playing Fallout. Some, however, may be lured into organized crime after playing games and downloading apps.
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Today, most people can be found to be sharing a wealth of information about themselves in some form or another online. By doing so, we open ourselves up to certain risks we should be aware of, Mihai Rida writes.
AI can threaten our cybersecurity. But it can be also used for defence
Things will become more dystopian if organisations continue to ignore rampant problems instead of dealing with the uncomfortable world we’ve created, Rodrigo Loureiro writes.
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The French government has banned the use of "recreational" apps such as TikTok, Netflix and Instagram on the work phones of its civil servants.
Italian authorities issue warning after spate of ransomware hackings
The hackers were exploiting a vulnerability first found in 2021, attacking thousands of servers over the weekend.
European hospitals targeted by 'pro-Russian' hackers
Hospitals in the Netherlands, UK, Germany, Poland and the US have been hit by cyber-attacks, according to Dutch authorities.
Four simple ways to protect your data and devices this year
We saw a surge in cyberattacks in recent years. But they are simple actions you can take to prevent it happening to you.
Fighting from my living room: How one volunteer hacker helped Ukraine
The war in Ukraine is also being fought online, as volunteer hackers across the world take sides. One Swedish hacker describes helping Ukraine.
Why is crime fighting agency Interpol creating its own metaverse?
“In order for police to understand the metaverse, we need to experience it” said Interpol’s executive director of technology.
A former hacker wants to stop others like him. The law won't allow him
Daniel Kelley went to prison for a high-profile hacking. His post-jail conditions bar him from using his skills - or even carrying out everyday tasks.
How do hackers target children on video games?
Children are more online than ever before. As kids immerse themselves in the world of video games, Hacker Hunter explores how they’ve become increasingly vulnerable to hackers.
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
The digitally fingerprinted images include some of the most extreme examples of child sex abuse material.
Europe is bracing itself for cyber warfare, but is it ready?
Despite a slew of directives and task forces, the EU faces a renewed threat amid the Ukraine war.
7 tips from cybercrime experts to stop hackers in their tracks
Euronews spoke to a set of experts to see how hackers are operating and what you can do to combat them.
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