New center to fight cyber crime opens at Munich Airport

MUC teams up with cybersecurity specialists

The number of attacks on the IT systems of companies and public-sector organizations in Germany has rapidly increased in recent years, parallel to the rise of digitization. Munich Airport also faces all kinds of cyber attacks on a daily basis. Now a new center of competence is being set up at the Bavarian hub. It will bring together IT experts from the airport operating company (FMG) and specialists from high-profile tech companies to test defensive strategies and look for new solutions in the fight against cyber-criminals.

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WhatsApp rejects UK Govt request for ‘backdoor’ access to encrypted messages

Instant messaging service WhatsApp has reportedly rejected a demand from the British government earlier this year for it to create a backdoor into its secure network. Such a system would allow UK security services to access messages sent through the service, which protects its users’ communications with end-to-end (E2E) encryption.

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Dieselgate: New report shows more than 3/4’s of diesel drivers are furious about the change in the government’s stance about diesel cars

Not surprising when Labour Govt urged drivers to buy diesel to save the planet & now current Govt recognises the huge risks from diesel vehicles & their threat to the planet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dieselgate: Research reveals that 70% of UK drivers would now consider buying a hybrid car as their next purchase

Date: 20th September 2017: More than three quarters of diesel drivers are furious about the change in the government’s stance about diesel cars, a new survey released today has found.

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