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Cyber Security and e-Crime

# Article Title Author
1 Skyscape Cloud Services wins Digital Leaders 100 Award Charlotte Martin and Flora Haslam
2 First seven companies certified to the Government’s Cyber Essentials Scheme THE EDITORIAL TEAM
3 Bank of England works with CREST to deliver cyber-security framework ALLIE ANDREWS
4 Counter Terror Expo 2014 brings cyber security challenges to the front burner THE EDITORIAL TEAM
5 Privacy vs. Security: The Challenge and the Biometrics and Cybersecurity are Changing the Future THE EDITORIAL TEAM
6 Killer Music: Hackers exploit vulnerabilities in media players to infect PCs with advanced malware DANA TAMIR, DIRECTOR OF ENTERPRISE SECURITY, TRUTEER
7 Cybercrime strikes more fears than NSA spying, new survey finds Dulcie Mclerie
8 To Be Forewarned Is To Be Forearmed: The Rise of Web Intelligence Jamie Wilson, Security Marketing Manager EMEA at NICE Systems
10 Telephone shoppers are putting their credit cards at risk of fraud XANTHE VAUGHAN WILLIAMS