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Introduction to Cyber Security: More free resources from The Open University article icon

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Introduction to Cyber Security: More free resources from The Open University

Help to protect your digital life by gaining essential cyber security knowledge and skills.

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Cyber Security

What is cyber security? What do we need to know to keep us safe?

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Hacking under your skin? article icon

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Hacking under your skin?

A Belgian research team have discovered a way to hack into medical implants.

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Ministry of Sharing: Are you a safe sharer? activity icon

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Ministry of Sharing: Are you a safe sharer?

Are you a model citizen or a menace to society when it comes to divulging personal details? Take the test from the Ministry of Sharing and find out whether you share too much information.

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Spectre and Meltdown: What do you need to know about the chip security flaws? article icon

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Spectre and Meltdown: What do you need to know about the chip security flaws?

The discovery of a security problem with chips in desktops, laptops, phones and tablets is a major headache for IT security, says Siraj Ahmed Shaikh.

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Cybercrime: Rootkits

In 2005 Sony BMG employed a novel Digital Rights Management method when they used something called a rootkit. But what is a rootkit?

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If Wannacry caused so much disruption, how come it raised so little money? article icon

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If Wannacry caused so much disruption, how come it raised so little money?

Hundreds of thousands of computers locked across the globe - but Wannacry raised less than other ransomware attacks. Bill Buchanan explains why.

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