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More than 1,000 incidents were reported to the National Cyber Security Centre in its first year of operation, reports BBC.co.uk. The centre, part of the intelligence agency GCHQ, says more than half the incidents posed a significant threat. None of the incidents were category one level involving interference with the democratic system or crippling critical infrastructures such as power.

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New research has revealed that 90 per cent of hacks in the last year could have been avoided if people updated and patched their systems, reports TheInquirer.net. Notably, 60 per cent of companies had vulnerabilities that were over a decade... Read more

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70 per cent of firms face a skills shortage for server-based roles, reports CloudPro.co.uk. The need to drive down costs associate with housing data in the public cloud means businesses are forced to preserve or expand on-premise servers, placing a... Read more

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The UK’s top firms and charities “urgently” need to improve their ability to respond to online attacks, reports News.Sky.com. A government survey of the FTSE 350 revealed 68% of board members have not been trained to deal with cyber security... Read more

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BT has announced plans to scrap half of the UK’s remaining 40,000 telephone boxes in the next five years, reports TheInquirer.net. The cost of maintaining these phone boxes is £6m per year, with over a third never used for calls.

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Leaked SMB exploits have increased the capacity of malware authors in undertaking cyber-attacks, reports ComputerWeekly.com. Researchers behind the information noted that “there is nearly no skill required to leverage these tools and gain unauthorised access to vulnerable systems”.