BT to share malware data with rival ISPs to curb cyber crime

Nicholas Fearn
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BT developed collaborative malware intelligence system following intervention from NCSC

BT has begun sharing data about malicious software and websites with rival internet service providers in a bid to cut down on cyber crime affecting users and its services.  The company, which of...

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