Greater collaboration between the UK’s technology industry and police forces is essential to successfully tackle “high-volume, low-impact cybercrime”, a new report advises.
A lawyer in Arkansas is claiming that police planted three different pieces of malware on an external hard drive in a controversial whistleblower case against the police force, reports 5 News Online.
Police in the UK are facing an uphill struggle to deal with modern threats and cybercrime, reports the BBC, with the current methods involving “policing the crimes of today with the methods of yesterday.”
A judge in Virginia has ruled that the police can require you to unlock your smartphone with a fingerprint, but not with a passcode, Mashable reports.
If you found my recent post on Public Access PCs Booby-Trapped of any use, you may also find a follow-up article by SC Magazine's Dan Raywood of interest. The article on Keyloggers found plugged into library computers quotes some further thoughts I sent him in a subsequent exchange of email, and also quotes Wilmslow police inspector Matt