Manufacturing cyberattacks could cripple the UK

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The potential for international cyberwarfare could put manufacturers in the firing line as hackers go after vital services and large-scale industrial facilities

Cyber-risk moves to the top of the CFO’s agenda

The case for a cyber CFO is strong as financial chiefs are immersed in a business world threatened by cybercriminals

Using artificial intelligence to fight fraud

Artificial intelligence and machine-learning are fast becoming essential weapons in the war on fraud

Cryptocurrency: restoring reputation for the future

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In the early days, cryptocurrencies may have been misused by the underworld, but criminals should watch out as cryptos come clean

Hacking back: is it a good idea?

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Should the victims of hacking retaliate and hack back, and what are the issues involved?

What CIOs can learn from cybercrime syndicates

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Studying the way hackers operate can be the best way for a chief information officer to counter cybercrime

Cryptocurrency regulation becomes a top priority

Cryptocurrency regulation is needed

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies seem on the cusp of revolutionising global finances, but regulators are unsure of how to deal with such an innovation

How businesses can use psychology to safeguard against cyber criminals

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The world of business is increasingly aware of the need to protect operations from cyber criminals. Now psychological profiling could offer an innovative new way to do just that