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Cyber security: what lessons the European Union can learn from the French election

Cyber security: what lessons the European Union can learn from the French election
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The main targets so far have been businesses, alongside banking, telecom and defence, but with the 2016 US election, the focus of cyber attacks seems to have shifted towards governments and national parties. The state-sponsored cyber attacks against the Democratic Party and the subsequent leak of stolen information reflect a trend towards highly-publicised, overt campaigns […]

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Tackle terrorism, not conservatism

Tackle terrorism, not conservatism
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The frequency of Jihadist assaults in European capitals has increased dramatically since the coordinated attacks in Paris in November 2015. Most notably, not one, but two attacks have recently taken place in the United Kingdom in the space of two weeks, in Manchester and London. In both incidents, the perpetrators targeted unknowing civilians who were […]

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