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Operators of 'essential services', such as energy networks, transport infrastructure and hospital systems, can expect UK regulators to become stricter in their enforcement of UK cybersecurity laws over the coming year, an expert has said. 15 Apr 2019
Businesses in Europe exploring the use of artificial intelligence (AI) will be given a chance this summer to pilot the use of new ethical guidelines, the European Commission has said. 10 Apr 2019
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Fraud stemming from 'invoice hijacking' is at a near epidemic level, but businesses can rely on the courts to support their efforts to recover stolen funds if they act fast in light of incidents, experts in civil fraud and asset recovery have said. 05 Apr 2019
Ethical hackers took less than two hours to access "high value data" held by UK higher education providers in each of a series of cybersecurity exercises, it has been revealed. 05 Apr 2019
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