UK joins allies in action against mercenary hackers

The Pall Mall Process targets the business of cybercrime

Tom Allen
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Image credit: Foreign Office
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Image credit: Foreign Office

The UK and 35 other nations have signed a new agreement to take action against 'hackers-for-hire' and the commercial markets for intrusion tools.

The UK and France are leading a two-day conference in London where states and companies - including Apple, Microsoft and Google - are discussing how to address the market for malicious tools. Ve...

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