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The pandemonium caused by the WannaCry cyber attack was sadly all too predictable. WannaCry has the hallmarks of an amateur heist as opposed to the actions of a state actor or a sophisticated crime gang.
On 1 November 2016, the Chancellor, Phil Hammond unveiled the UK Government's new National Cybersecurity Strategy.
The Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems (so-called ‘NIS Directive’) was adopted by the European Parliament on 6 July 2016. It is likely to come into force in August 2016, with a further 21 ...
The implications of blockchain to both transparency and privacy do mean that regulators will take an interest in how the technology is used and likely apply existing regulations to specific types of transactions, ...
Use our interactive PDF to find out in seconds whether your company would be affected by the Modern Slavery Act 2015
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 ("MSA") came into force in October 2015 and the obligations to publish a Transparency in Supply Chain Statement ("TISC Statement") took effect as of 31 March 2016...
London partner Simon Shooter led the CyberBox multidisciplinary task force in its first event; the 'cyber-threat to healthcare operators' workshop...
As its name suggests, the Bribery Act 2010 (the "Act") (and its explanatory guidance) is concerned with preventing bribery. Bribery is the provision of a financial or other advantage to induce the person receiving ...
At the end of last year, grid operators were left contemplating the devastating impact of cyber attacks after a highly destructive malware was used to hack into multiple regional distribution power companies in ...
The healthcare sector in the UK, although so far not targeted on as significant a scale as its counterpart in the US, is attractive to cyber criminals given the value of health data. Both the UK government and EU ...
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