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A security analysis of cyber-attacks against universities and colleges in the UK has discovered staff or students could often be responsible, rather than organised crime or hacking groups who are often blamed for these cyber attacks.

Grey Hats, who work as both as cyber criminals and security professionals, are the most common in the UK, with one in 13 admitting to grey hat activity compared with one in 22 globally, a study by Osterman Research shows.

Britain’s top prosecutor says that countries need to work together to determine the identity of attackers behind cross-border cyberattacks.

It’s taken a long time, but people have finally discovered how much information companies like Google and Facebook have on them.

A report by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) indicates US national cyber defence strategy is moving to one similar to that used in the UK.

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