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NHS Protect’s Forensic Computing Unit praised for helping to solve £12 million divert frauds

Lincolnshire Police has moved to publicly acknowledge the central role played by NHS Protect’s Forensic Computing Unit in bringing an organised crime group to justice – ten members of which were sentenced on Friday 23 June at Leicester Crown Court – as a result of...
Posted On 10 Jul 2017
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National Crime Agency and international partners join forces to tackle global grand corruption

A new multinational centre for co-ordinating law enforcement action against grand corruption has now been launched. The International Anti-Corruption Co-ordination Centre (IACCC), hosted by the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA), brings together specialist law enforcement officers...
Posted On 10 Jul 2017
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BT and KPMG warn businesses against “cyber security traps” in wake of WannaCry

In the wake of the recent high-profile WannaCry and Petya global ransomware attacks, BT and KPMG have published a new cyber security report offering practical advice to businesses of all sizes on how best to manage their security journey and turn it into a business opportunity....
Posted On 10 Jul 2017
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Bureau Veritas highlights “grey area” in escalator safety due to “multiple regulations”

As architects continue to design-in escalators and moving walkways within workplaces and retail environments to increase internal people transportation, the testing, inspection and certification body Bureau Veritas is warning businesses to ensure they’re applying the...
Posted On 10 Jul 2017
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Bookings now open for The Security Institute’s tenth Annual Conference in London

The Security Institute’s deputy chairman Andrew Nicholls has unveiled plans for the organisation’s tenth Annual Conference, which is due to be held on Tuesday 3 October in central London. Building on the sell-out success of the 2016 event, the Institute has moved the...
Posted On 10 Jul 2017