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ISIS hackers poor at coding, says researcher

Security researcher Kyle Wilhoit has claimed that hackers working for ISIS are poor at coding and therefore bad at hiding what they do.

Seventh arrest in Parsons Green investigation

A 20-year old man has become the seventh person arrested by detectives investigating the Parsons Green terrorist attack.

18-year-old Parsons Green attacker charged

Ahmed Hassan has been charged with attempted murder in connection with the Parsons Green terror attack.

Survey finds increased support for police arming

A survey has found that over a third of police officers in England and Wales believe they should be able to carry guns at all times.

Two released in Parsons Green investigation

Two men arrested in relation to the terrorist attack at Parsons Green Tube Station have been released from police custody with no further action.

Terrorism unsustainably straining UK police

The National Police Chiefs' Council has warned that the UK’s counter terrorism efforts are putting an unsustainable strain on policing.

Man jailed for spreading ISIS propaganda

Taha Hussain, a friend of London Bridge attacker Khuram Butt, has been jailed for making ISIS propaganda videos outside Windsor Castle.

Over 3,000 ISIS fighters killed by RAF strikes

MOD figures suggest that RAF airstrikes over Syria and Iraq have killed more than 3,000 militants from the ISIS terrorist group.

Sixth suspect arrested in Parsons Green investigation

A 17-year-old male has been arrested in connection with the recent Parsons Green bomb incident.

Google launches £1 million UK 'anti-terror fund'

Tech giant Google has announced that it will give a total of £1 million to fund projects that help counter extremism in the UK.


Roderick Jones Interview - assessing digital crime

Counter Terror Business interviews Roderick Jones about the current state of UK cyber security in the face of terrorism

Countering terrorism is an intelligence war

Knowing your enemy is critical to stopping terrorism, says Philip Ingram ahead of November's UK Security Expo

Changes to UK aviation security

Counter Terror Business looks at the current state of terrorist security in Europe and how the EU is improving its anti-terrorist security systems

How should cities respond to urban vehicular attacks?

Martin Coward, of the University of Manchester, discusses the upturn in vehicle related attacks and how cities can respond to them

Preparing for a digital disruption

Andrew Scott, of the Business Continuity Institute, discusses the growing threat of digital disruption to organisations

Infrastructure security: securing our future

The British Security Industry Association discusses the importance of protecting national infrastructure and the businesses supporting it

What to do in the event of a terror attack

A recent police video has advised UK holidaymakers what to do in the event of a terror attack. Here, Lorraine Hennessy expands upon the ‘run, hide, tell’ safety message

Increasing security against vehicle attacks

Iain Moran looks at the importance of ensuring the perimeter of the venue or location is secure and protected against targeted vehicle attacks

Collaboration key to keeping the UK safe

This year’s Emergency Services Show returns on 20-21 September with a strong focus on learning from past incidents

The risk of theft in the supply chain

Recorded cargo crime has risen to its highest-ever level in EMEA and new technologies could make it ever easier to commit, says Thorsten Neumann

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