Jul 08, 2009 -An agreement by banks and credit card companies to share cybercrime intelligence has resulted in the discovery and arrest of two London-based cybercrime gangs, reports the online technology publication The Register.
Jul 07, 2009 -A new report by a U.K. government watchdog recommended that London's Metropolitan Police overhaul its protest policing tactics in light of mistakes made during the G20 protests,according to the Guardian.
Jul 06, 2009 -Once again,Gordon Brown's embattled government has suffered another embarrassing security breach. This time, the wife of the incoming head of MI-6 posted personal information and pictures of her husband, children, and friends on the popular social networking site, Facebook.
Jul 02, 2009 -There have been 75 right-wing extremist plots or actions since 1995 to slaughter those extremists did not agree with politically, according to a list compiled by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Jul 02, 2009 -A British court has heard testimony against Neil Lewington, an alcoholic 43-year old white supremacist, who allegedly conspired to unleash terrorist bombings against his Asian neighbors and others not considered British enough.
Jul 01, 2009 -The Indian government has established four bases around the country to house its elite counterterrorism teams as part of its promise to increase the country's security in the aftermath of the November 2009 terrorist attack in Mumbai.