UK Govt : Joint statement on Libya by the governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States

English العربية From: Foreign & Commonwealth Office First published: 11 January 2015 Part of: Foreign affairs and Libya The governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK and the USA welcome a new round of political dialogue on Libya next week. “The governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States…

Bank of England launches cyber crime unit

CBEST, a new framework, will identify threats to banks and run bespoke tests to guard against security breaches Cyber security is a mounting issue for banks Photo: Alamy         By James Titcomb  11:13AM BST 10 Jun 2014       The Bank of England has stepped up defences against cyber crime by introducing…

UK : The crucial world of counter terror collaboration

  As the Home Affairs Committee recommends a shift in responsibility for terrorism matters, Andrew Staniforth examines the key relationship between the police and security services. Date – 13th May 2014 By – Andrew Staniforth – Police Oracle The recent recommendations by MPs for national counter-terrorism issues to be moved from the police to the…

Taking courage, tackling terrorism

Babak Akhgar and Andrew Staniforth examine how a dedicated multi-agency approach is proving successful in the battle against a constantly evolving cyber threat. Date – 10th February 2014By – Andrew Staniforth – CENTRIC The UK, like many other nations, is under constant attack from all manner of hazards – the most pressing of which includes…