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Morrisons data theft man gets eight years in jail

A FORMER employee of Morrisons supermarket, Andrew Skelton, has today been found guilty of fraud, securing unauthorised access to computer material and disclosing personal data. He has been sentenced to eight years at Bradford Crown Court, in relation to stealing personal data belonging to nearly 100,000 Morrisons employees. 190 more words

Employment Law

Brazilian Trojans Poised to Spread around the World

When we talk about Brazil, we no longer think only Carnival and caipiriña, or the favelas (slums) that came into being as a result of the highly unequal distribution of income. 407 more words

Cyber Intelligence

China says up to United States to resume cyber security talks


A map of China is seen through a magnifying glass on a computer screen showing binary digits in Singapore, in this January 2, 2014 file illustration photo.  308 more words

Shell Profiles on the Russian Underground

Russian underground cyber-markets are known venues for purchasing high-quality hacking tools and services. Many such tools, popular worldwide, make their first appearances on closed Russian forums. 696 more words

Cyber Intelligence

Americans Uneasy with Giving up Privacy but Resigned to It

Research paper debunks marketers’ theory that Americans are willing to trade their personal data for discounts and/or free services. They have, however, resigned to having little control over their personal data. 434 more words


Here is how you can secure your Google account

Each day we hear about a service, app or website getting hacked. Information leaks and passwords are compromised. Google’s account information, which has become sort of ubiquitous, is not only used in your Android smartphone but also across various websites that allow Google logins. 594 more words