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ISIS takes fight online - hundreds of US school websites redirected

Pro-ISIS hackers hijacked the websites of roughly 800 US schools and educational districts on Monday, after compromising their web hosting provider, various news outlets have reported.

Met Police: Quarter of cyber-crimes solved, GDPR could be the next PPI

Search engines are the biggest aider and abetter of cyber-crime, according to the head of the Metropolitan Police Cyber Crime Unit, speaking at a breakfast briefing last week.

Apple vs FBI: Apple calls court order 'unconstitutional,' asks judge to toss

Apple Thursday asked a federal judge to toss out her order compelling the company to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.

Apple vs FBI: high-risk hardware hack could unlock shooter's iPhone

IOActive researcher says he could crack the iPhone belonging to a deceased terrorist who killed 14 in San Bernardino, California late last year in a bid to resolve a dispute between Apple and the FBI.

Commercial drones are threat to UK civilians

The Oxford Research Group has cautioned that commercial drones serve as terrorist threats and that new laws should confine what they have the capacity to carry.

French intelligence services in crisis following Paris attacks

Following the attacks on Paris on Friday, the French government is scrambling to upgrade its intelligence capabilities which have suffered from under recruitment.