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The UK minister for defence procurement has opened a new £3m cyber security centre in Gloucester, reports ComputerWeekly.com. The facility has been opened following investment by Lockheed Martin;  a provider for defence and intelligence communities across the world.

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Cybersecurity is not a priority for the majority of sectors, reports ComputerWeekly.com. This finding comes despite the fact that data breaches cost UK firms nearly £30bn in 2016.

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Facebook has posted a 71 per cent rise in quarterly profits – up to $3.89bn, reports TheGuardian.com. The rise is attributed to increased mobile video advertisement sales – accounting for 87 per cent of the company’s total advertising revenue for... Read more

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New diesel and petrol vehicles are set to be banned from 2040 in the UK, reports BBC.co.uk. The move is part of a £3bn package designed to boost air quality, with a £255m fund also announced to help tackle the... Read more

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China has announced its intention to launch an ‘unhackable’ internet communications network, reports BBC.co.uk.  The service, theoretically, would function by using quantum cryptography; the advantage of which, reportedly, is that if the communication is intercepted, it is immediately altered or... Read more

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The UK government is set to require drone registration affecting any drone which weighs more than 250 grams, reports BBC.co.uk. The measures are to be brought in order to “protect the public” from inadvertent breaching of airspace restrictions.