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Expert: Firms need wider e-crime reporting options

Businesses need to be able to report cyber- and electronic crime to a number of organisations, and not only to the police, according to Cambridge University computer security expert Richard Clayton.Companies can currently report serious cybercrime to different police forces and units in the UK, including units in the Metropolitan and City of London police.

June 7, 2012 by

Police warn of ransomware scam

Online criminals are trying extort money in the name of the Metropolitan Police, in an ongoing series of attacks, the London police service has warned.Users visiting certain infected websites have downloaded malware which locks their computer, the Metropolitan Police Service's Central eCrime Unit (PCeU) warned on Friday.

September 12, 2011 by

Police charge two more Anonymous suspects

Two young men have been charged as part of a Metropolitan Police investigation into attacks by the Anonymous online activist group.Christopher Jan Weatherhead, a 20 year-old from Chester, and Ashley Rhodes, a 26 year-old from Kennington in London, have been charged with conspiracy to impair the operation of a computer under the Criminal Law Act 1977, the police force said in a statement on Thursday.

September 1, 2011 by

Police arrest alleged Lulzsec spokesperson

Police have arrested a 19-year-old-man in the Shetland Islands under suspicion of being 'Topiary', a spokesperson for the Anonymous hacking group.The man was arrested on Wednesday, and is currently being transported to a central London police station, the Metropolitan Police said in a statement on Wednesday.

July 27, 2011 by

Police arrest Coulson over phone hacking

The Metropolitan Police have arrested former News of the World editor Andy Coulson in connection with phone hacking and corruption investigations.Coulson was arrested by appointment at a south London police station at 10.

July 8, 2011 by

Sun founder muses about Oracle

I've just finished a conversation with Andreas von Bechtolsheim, Sun's co-founder, who is in London this week for IP Expo, at which he was speaking about Arista and its high-performance 10 gigabit datacentre switches.Bechtolsheim was happy to speak openly about his regrets over the Oracle acquisition of what was his baby.

October 20, 2010 by

Niu unveils One Workspace managed ICT package

The systems integrator Niu has launched a pay-as-you-go package of managed IT services called One Workspace, bundling various services that it can offer due to the specialisations of the four companies from which it was formed.One Workspace was unveiled on Wednesday at the IP Expo in London.

October 20, 2010 by

London police warn web cafe users over extremist material

Metropolitan Police officers are visiting dozens of internet cafes in London boroughs to spread warnings about viewing extremist material online.The cops are going around cafes in Harrow, Camden and Westminster, following a similar project in Tower Hamlets last year.

March 26, 2010 by

MS and Novell: Relationship 'exceeding expectations'

Microsoft and Novell are close to completing the sales targets that formed part of their alliance, three years into the five-year deal, representatives from the companies said on Thursday.Speaking at an IP Expo seminar in London, Novell's Microsoft alliance director Steve Harris and Microsoft's strategic partnerships chief Michael Croney said the results of the virtualisation-centric arrangement had exceeded expectations.

October 8, 2009 by

Juniper, NYSE Euronext partner on efficient data center design

Juniper Networks and NYSE Euronext are teaming up on an effort to consolidate and enhance the data center networks that power billions of transactions every day. (Statement)NYSE Euronext's two new data centers will be a key part of the work being done to consolidate the number of global data centers from ten to four - with the new centers being built in the New York and London metropolitan areas joining existing centers in Paris and New York.

June 24, 2009 by

BT to offer nationwide IP data service

BT was tight-lipped about the launch of a new nationwide IP data service for small and medium-sized businesses last week. According to BT's web site and filings to Oftel, BTnet equIP provides VPN services and IP connectivity over dial-up and permanent links with speeds of up to 256k one way and 2Mbps the other -- identical to the ADSL trial currently nearing its end in London.

June 2, 1999 by

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