Tag Archives: police

Police Cyber Crime Unit join Bristol ‘Law Firm Growth and Compliance’ CPD seminar

Redbrick Solutions are delighted to announce that the South West Police Cyber Crime Unit will be delivering a not to be missed presentation ‘The Cyber Threats You Can’t Risk Ignoring’ at the Bristol Law Firm Growth and Compliance CPD seminar on the 2nd November.

The first seminar ran in Leeds last month with expert speakers from Conscious Solutions, Lawyer Checker, Converge Technology Specialists and Audit Compliance all presenting topical and practical sessions essential to law firms.

Feedback from the Leeds event included “Mesmerising. The scariest compliance presentation I have seen.  Brilliant!” and “Excellent.  Really useful information, we have lots to do in our firm that we just weren’t aware of.”

To secure your place at the Bristol Law firm Growth and Compliance CPD seminar please click the link below: 

Bristol, Armada House – 2nd November 

The event carries 4.75 hrs CPD and is open to modern, progressive law firms. The roadshows are suitable

Read more at: https://www.todaysconveyancer.co.uk/partner-news/police-cyber-crime-unit-join-bristol-law-firm-growth-compliance-cpd-seminar

Police Cyber Crime Unit join Bristol ‘Law Firm Growth and Compliance’ CPD seminar

Print This Post

18 October 2017

<!–

Posted by

–>

Redbrick SolutionsRedbrick Solutions are delighted to announce that the South West Police Cyber Crime Unit will be delivering a not to be missed presentation ‘The Cyber Threats You Can’t Risk Ignoring’ at the Bristol Law Firm Growth and Compliance CPD seminar on the 2nd November.

The first seminar ran in Leeds last month with expert speakers from Conscious Solutions, Lawyer Checker, Converge Technology Specialists and Audit Compliance all presenting topical and practical sessions essential to law firms.

Feedback from the Leeds event included “Mesmerising. The scariest compliance presentation I have seen.  Brilliant!” and “Excellent.  Really useful information, we have lots to do in our firm that we just weren’t aware of.”

To secure your place at the Bristol Law firm

Read more at: https://www.legalfutures.co.uk/associate-news/police-cyber-crime-unit-join-bristol-law-firm-growth-compliance-cpd-seminar

Pune Police launch ‘We Fight Cyber Crime’ initiative


pune police news, cybr crime news, pune news, indian express newspune police news, cybr crime news, pune news, indian express news The programme will begin from October 16.

Pune Police launch ‘We Fight Cyber Crime’ initiative | The Indian …


pune police news, cybr crime news, pune news, indian express newspune police news, cybr crime news, pune news, indian express news The programme will begin from October 16.

Pune Police launch ‘We Fight Cyber Crime’ initiative | The Indian …


pune police news, cybr crime news, pune news, indian express newspune police news, cybr crime news, pune news, indian express news The programme will begin from October 16.

Cops save girl, 4, seen being abused in sick Dark Web clips, after victim’s mum turns man over to police

A man has been arrested after police released photos of a four-year-old girl spotted in a child abuse video on the Dark Web.

The girl’s mother and grandparents alerted police hours after German authorities took the unusual step of sharing images of the young victim in a last ditch attempt to identify her.

Police said she was subjected to “serious sexual abuse” between October last year and July this year

Vile pictures of her suffering were uploaded to the Dark Web by her tormentor, which were reportedly so horrific they left long-serving officers seriously distressed.

Chief prosecutor Georg Ungefuk from the Central Office for Combating Cyber Crime said: “(The man arrested) is a German citizen and is being questioned.

The images were released by detectives in a desperate bid to identify the unknown victim
(Image: BKA)

Local Police Department Addresses Cyber-bullying

Pea Ridge Police addressed the issue of cyber-bullying and online harassment in a post on their Facebook page Monday.

Officer Mike Lira made the post in October which is national bullying prevention awareness month.

“It got me thinking about how there’s so much negativity and so much bullying going on, I wish people would just think before they click it,” said Lira. “Click with compassion. Think before you talk and think before you click and if it’s not something you would say in person, don’t do it.”

At the time of writing this article, the post had multiple positive responses and numerous shares.

Shane Henson commented on the post saying, “I enjoy the updates provided about our town and what the Police do to keep it safe and clean. I have removed several pages that I followed because of this very thing. “

Lira says locals should reach out

Read more at: http://www.4029tv.com/article/local-police-department-addresses-cyber-bullying/12811274

Cryptocurrencies a headache for police

Experts have warned the UK police force does not have the knowledge or expertise to handle a huge increase in criminal opportunities triggered by cryptocurrencies.

Phillip Ariss of the Digital Research Unit at the East Midlands Special Operations Unit said fraudsters adopted bitcoin early on and regularly used it to demand payments.

“A year and a half ago, we had very little experience but since then there has been a huge spike in the use of ransomware,” he said during a Fraud Advisory Panel discussion.

“Now every investigation involves cryptocurrencies.”

For example, when the Wannacry ransomware effected computers worldwide in May, victims were asked to pay between $300 (£224.34) and $600 in the digital currency to regain access to their files.

Three months later the hackers removed from the victims’ online wallets all the bitcoins they had bought.

Ariss said cryptocurrencies facilitated money

Read more at: http://economia.icaew.com/en/news/september-2017/cryptocurrencies-a-headache-for-police