The author, an expert in counter terrorism, has produced a very easy to follow guide to the subject with good supporting illustration. – Terrorism and associated criminal activity has dominated the period since the end of WWII and this manual-style review is very timely– Highly Recommended.
Over 40% are willing to spend over £10,000 to stop others doing the same to their organisation
London, UK, 31 July 2017 – DomainTools, the leader in domain name and DNS-based cyber threat intelligence, today announced the results of a survey which found that nearly a third (28%) of cyber security professionals have bought domain names to deflect business away from competitors.
Douglas Motorsport celebrated a strong second half of the Simpson Race Products Ginetta Junior Championship at Snetterton this weekend (29 / 30 July) as Daniel Harper picked up a pair of wins and Kiern Jewis a brace of second places in Norfolk. Elsewhere, HHC Motorsport claimed the remaining race win after Tom Wood took his first victory of the season.
- Anonymous driving confessions quiz reveals the true impact of the recent government crackdown on speeding and mobile phone use in Britain
- 17,600 motorists took part in an anonymous confessions quiz organised by van insurers Staveley Head
- 86% of motorists admitted to continuing to speed over the legal limit, despite an increase in fines on 24th April 2017
- 37% confessed to using their mobile phones behind the wheel, with 1 in 3 admitting they use Snapchat, despite a new law being implemented on 1st March 2017
- However, the number of committed offences has seen an overall decrease, 8% on speeding and 17% on mobile phone use
- The new penalties for mobile phone use (increased fines and points on your license) had the biggest impact on driving behaviour
How much of an impact has the recent government crackdown actually had on driving behaviour in the UK?
Sandwich, 25 July 2017. EligoChem Ltd, a biopharmaceutical company developing novel antibacterial treatments in areas of highest unmet needs, announced today that it has been awarded up to $4.8 million non-dilutive funding from CARB-X, the world’s largest public-private partnership devoted to antibacterial R&D. The award provides immediate funding of up to $1.5 million with options for up to $3.3 million upon achievement of milestones.
MDISS WHISTL will focus on vetting complex multi-vendor, multi-device critical care environments like Hospital Intensive Care Units, Operating Theatres and Emergency Rooms
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – MDISS, the Medical Device Innovation, Safety and Security Consortium today launched the first of more than a dozen planned device security testing labs and cyber-ranges. The new MDISS World Health Information Security Testing Lab (WHISTL) facilities will comprise a federated network of medical device security testing labs, independently owned and operated by MDISS-member organizations including healthcare delivery organizations, medical device manufacturers, universities and technology companies. Each WHISTL facility will launch and operate under a shared set of standard operating procedures. The goal is to help organizations work together to more effectively address the public health challenges arising from cybersecurity issues emergent in complex, multi-vendor networks of medical devices.
With over 100,000 plug-in electric vehicles on UK roads, OLEV has appointed Cenex to maintain and develop the official UK database of information on public chargepoints. This information will be freely available, and will allow third party developers to offer an enhanced user experience for EV motorists.
Loughborough, UK – 28 July 2017: Cenex – the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon technologies – today announced its plans for the development of the National Chargepoint Registry (NCR), working in partnership with green energy software systems specialist Apetrel Systems and funded by the UK government’s Office for Low Emission Vehicles.
ESET researchers have discovered that a Turkish alternative to the Android app store, CepKutusu.com, has been spreading malware appearing to resemble all offered Android apps. When browsing and subsequently downloading an app from CepKutusu, the ‘download now’ button led to banking malware, instead of the desired app. This was the case for all of the apps in the store.