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Europol most-wanted: 5 suspected Zeus, SpyEye masterminds arrested

Europol most-wanted: 5 suspected Zeus, SpyEye masterminds arrested

A criminal gang believed to be behind notorious banking trojans Zeus and SpyEye has been taken down in a joint operation by European law enforcement agency Europol and judicial agency Eurojust, security firm Sophos' Naked Security news site has reported.

3rd July 2015
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£13m deal sees superfast reach 28,000 more properties in West Yorkshire

£13m deal sees superfast reach 28,000 more properties in West Yorkshire

Tens of thousands of homes and businesses in West Yorkshire and York will receive a boost to their current broadband provision following a new deal between West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) and BT.

3rd July 2015
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Greeks turn to digital wallets as financial woes continue

Greeks turn to digital wallets as financial woes continue

The crisis in Greece has dominated news headlines recently, with the country's banks closing their doors and access to money limited. So the Greek people are being a little more creative with their currency – they're turning to Bitcoin, says CNN.

3rd July 2015
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Barclays and Europol team up to fight financial cybercrime

Barclays and Europol team up to fight financial cybercrime

Europe's police unit and UK bank Barclays are teaming up in an effort to combat financial crime online, reports financial tech news site Finextra.

3rd July 2015
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720,000 tablet computers in UK schools and rising...but poor connectivity is hindering adoption

720,000 tablet computers in UK schools and rising...but poor connectivity is hindering adoption

Tablet computers in British classrooms are the norm these days, with 71% of primary and 76% of secondary schools making use of the technology. Yet poor connectivity is holding back adoption, according to a study by the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA).

2nd July 2015
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