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What is ‘Martyn’s Law’ - and when will it be introduced?
Martyn Hett
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What is ‘Martyn’s Law’ - and when will it be introduced?

Stricter security checks to be introduced at venues
24 Feb 2020
Why no-deal Brexit could lead to border security threat
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Why no-deal Brexit could lead to border security threat

National Audit Office warns that leaving EU without an agreement may leave UK vulnerable to criminals
24 Oct 2018
‘Little doubt’ UK will face life-threatening cyberattack
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‘Little doubt’ UK will face life-threatening cyberattack

National Cyber Security Centre thwarting upwards of ten attempted breaches every week
16 Oct 2018
UK facing EU security shutout after Brexit
Britain could be left isolated on security after Brexit
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UK facing EU security shutout after Brexit

GCHQ stresses importance of intelligence sharing as EU delivers wake-up call
20 Jun 2018
Britain’s biggest security threats laid bare
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Britain’s biggest security threats laid bare

In Depth: terrorism, cyber-attacks and killer robots are looming problems
16 Feb 2018
How Britain’s fake news ‘spy’ unit will operate
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How Britain’s fake news ‘spy’ unit will operate

New national security outfit will be tasked with stopping ‘disinformation by state actors’
24 Jan 2018
The truth about the Prevent counter-terrorism strategy
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The truth about the Prevent counter-terrorism strategy

Is the government's programme to combat extremist ideology working? The Week examines the main questions
6 Jun 2017

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How do the parties compare on security and terror policies?
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How do the parties compare on security and terror policies?

Terror attacks dominate the election campaign. Here's what the three main camps promise
6 Jun 2017
Politicians spar over security after London Bridge attack
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says his party is ‘well placed to fight’
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Politicians spar over security after London Bridge attack

Jeremy Corbyn accuses Theresa May of trying to 'protect the public on the cheap', while PM issues four-point plan to tackle extremism
5 Jun 2017
HP releases security fix after 'keylogging' discovery
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HP releases security fix after 'keylogging' discovery

Study finds a 'covert storage channel' for user keyboard inputs was packaged with laptop audio software
12 May 2017
Google ditches Captcha test to check you're not a bot
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Google ditches Captcha test to check you're not a bot

New system spares users from the need to tick boxes or try to decipher distorted letters
14 Mar 2017
Google to replace passwords with 'trust scores'
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Google to replace passwords with 'trust scores'

Trust AI software could see end of traditional security measures for Android users
25 May 2016
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