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UK 5G Networks to be Free of Huawei by 2027

July 23rd, 2020|

Earlier this month, it was announced by the UK government all Huawei products would be completely remove from the UK 5G network infrastructure by the end of 2027. The announcement came after the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) produced new advice regarding the impact of sanctions placed against …read more

Encrypted Communication Network Infiltrated

July 16th, 2020|

More than 700 suspects have been arrested by UK police, along with the seizure of more than two tonnes of drugs and £54m in cash as part of what’s been described as the “biggest and most significant” operation in the UK against organised crime. It’s been reported that …read more

Cyber-Attack Against UK Energy Administrator

July 9th, 2020|

Earlier in the year, Britain’s energy system was targeted by a cyber-attack with the attacker’s focus being on the IT infrastructure needed to run the electricity market.

Reportedly, the vital systems behind governing the electricity market were not affected. Elexon is the electricity systems administrator and the victim of …read more

Chinese Military Hackers Charged Over Data Breach

July 2nd, 2020|

Earlier this year, four members of the Chinese military were charged in connection to a data breach dating back to 2017, in which 145 million Americans had their personal data stolen.

The charges brought against the hackers accused them of stealing personal, sensitive information regarding US residents after hacking …read more

Commercial Espionage Company Behind Phishing Attacks

June 25th, 2020|

Security researchers from Citizen Lab, a think tank based out of the University of Toronto, have linked several cases of corporate espionage cyber attacks to a cyber security company in India. This cybersecurity company is said to be run by a man wanted by the FBI.

Citizen Lab’s researchers …read more

The 5G USB Stick Scam

June 19th, 2020|

Earlier this year, a USB stick with wild claims went viral and now trading standards are investigating alongside the City of London Police’s Action Fraud Squad. The company behind selling the USB sticks(5GBioShield), claim that it protects the user from the alleged, unproven negative affects that conspiracy theorists …read more

Spyware Company Involved in WhatsApp Attacks

June 11th, 2020|

In recent court filings, WhatsApp alleged that the NSO Group, an Israeli based spyware company, was ‘deeply involved’ in 1,400 mobile phone hacks that were carried out against WhatsApp users, including journalists, human rights activists, and senior government officials.

The NSO Group is a cyber-intelligence company whose tools are …read more

Billionaire Businessman Bugged by Nephew

May 28th, 2020|

A story broke earlier this month alleging that the nephew of Sir Frederick Barclay, Alistair Barclay, was caught on CCTV ‘handling a bugging device’ at the Ritz hotel in London. The CCTV footage is now at the centre of a large legal battle between the families of the …read more

Chinese Hackers Become More Aggressive

May 21st, 2020|

Last month a US cyber security firm, FireEye, said they had seen a disconcerting spike in activity from what looks like a Chinese hacking group. The group in question is known as APT41, a prolific hacking group from China, who as well as deploying financially motivated attacks, also …read more

Hackers Send out Fake Gift Cards with Infected USB Drives

May 14th, 2020|

Recently, a warning was released to businesses from the FBI regarding a new ploy being used by the FIN7 gang (also known as the Navigator Group and the Carbanak Group). More than $1 billion in fraud has already been tied to the gang, most of which was taken …read more