A presentation at last week’s BSides conference by researchers from INSINIA emphasised that industrial control systems could be exposed not just to remote hackers, but to local attacks and physical manipulation as well. The talk reviewed 25 years of industrial control kit, going back to the days of proprietary equipment and X21 connections before discussing proof-of-concept attacks.
Imposing content-filtering technology on online platforms could be very difficult to implement and costly
for European start-ups and scale-ups, says a study by Analysys Mason
LONDON, UK, 18 June 2018 Legislators in the EU have proposed the introduction of mandatory content filters for providers of online services, intended to better protect the rights of copyrights holders and to ensure they receive an equitable share of the value created by those rights. A survey by Analysys Mason, commissioned by Allied for Startups, highlights the significant implementation issues and potential costs for European start-ups and scale-ups.
Nicola Sharp, of business crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli, on the need for charities to tackle fraud.
The news from the Charity Commission that almost half of all insider fraud in charities goes unreported is saddening but not shocking.
The Ginetta G60-LT-P1 LMP1 car made its competitive race debut at the 2018 24 Hours of Le Mans on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 June with the customer TRSM Racing team. With support from Ginetta factory engineers and technicians, the team celebrated taking the chequered flag in the most gruelling endurance race in the world.