For the first time, the results of the latest British Crime Survey issued by the ONS show that fraud and cyber crime are the most prevalent types of criminality committed against people in England and Wales
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British Crime Survey reveals true extent of fraud and cyber criminality in England and Wales

For the first time, the results of the latest British Crime Survey issued by the Office for National Statistics highlight the fact that fraud and cyber crime are the most prevalent forms of criminality perpetrated against individuals and businesses across England and Wales. The...
Posted On 16 Oct 2015
The Government is targeting illegal working in the UK's construction sector
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Home Office campaign to tackle illegal working in construction sector begins

A Home Office enforcement campaign designed to root out illegal working in the construction industry has now been announced by immigration minister James Brokenshire. ‘Operation Magnify’ will involve Home Office enforcement officers carrying out operations specifically to target...
Posted On 16 Oct 2015
Left to Right: Zoe Brown, Dr Christine Rigden (Sheriff of The City of London) and Stuart Seymour CSyP (Master of The Worshipful Company of Security Professionals 2015-2016)
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Zoe Brown wins prestigious 2015 City of London Sheriffs’ Award for Bravery

The 2015 City of London Sheriffs’ Award for Bravery* was presented to Ms Zoe Brown on Monday 12 October by Dr Christine Rigden, the Sheriff of The City of London. The presentation ceremony took place as part of the Annual Dinner of The Worshipful Company of Security...
Posted On 16 Oct 2015
CIPRE 2016 runs next March in The Hague and features a twin-track conference programme for security professionals
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Institution of Engineering and Technology set to host round table debate at CIPRE

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is preparing to host a round table discussion populated by some of its leading experts at the third annual edition of Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience Europe (CIPRE), the conference and exhibition programme for...
Posted On 16 Oct 2015
Dridex malware, also known as Bugat and Cridex, has been developed by technically skilled cyber criminals in Eastern Europe to harvest online banking details
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UK Internet users potential victims of “serious cyber attack” warns National Crime Agency

UK Internet users are being urged to protect themselves against a significant strain of malicious software (or malware) which has enabled criminals to steal millions of pounds from UK bank accounts. Dridex malware, also known as Bugat and Cridex, has been developed by...
Posted On 16 Oct 2015