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... 1083/05 Protecting yourself online is really important too. All users of the internet should protect themselves by installing robust firewalls, anti-virus and anti-spyware software. When using the internet you should: Always use strong password incorporating numbers, symbols, upper and lower case letters ...

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04/12/2015

Page 1 of 75 Version 9.4 2015 Page 2 of 75 LESLP Manual 9.4 Edition - 2015 The version 9 update of the Major Incident Procedure Manual, released in July 2015, takes note of the Joint Emergency Services Interoperability Programme (JESIP). V9.4 released in December 2015, has made amendments to Chapter ...

... trust if a person you don't know asks you for money. 6. Stay safe if you use your phone or computer to go on the internet. Get something called anti virus software. This helps keep your information private. You can ask in a computer shop or phone shop for help with this. 7 Who to tell if a crime happens ...

... vulnerabilities in applications running on a computer system to compromise a computer and they also carry code which enables them to hide from anti-virus software. Trojans can be delivered through email attachments/links, infected websites/mobile applications/USB devices or pre-installed onto computer ...

... on computer, showing search results for online dating. All users of the internet should protect themselves by installing robust firewalls, anti-virus and anti-spyware software. * General online safety METROPOLITAN POLICE CYBER CRIME UNIT Falcon wordmap showing some of the work the unit does Working ...

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27/07/2016

TEMPLATE CONTRACT FOR PURCHASE OF ICT SERVICES AND CHECKLIST NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED Title and Version: Template agreement for the purchase of ICT services up to £5 million Purpose: Specify the default contractual terms and conditions applicable to the purchase of ICT services up to £5 million Relevant ...

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27/07/2016

TEMPLATE CONTRACT FOR PURCHASE OF ICT SERVICES AND CHECKLIST NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED Title and Version: Template agreement for the purchase of ICT services up to £5 million Purpose: Specify the default contractual terms and conditions applicable to the purchase of ICT services up to £5 million Relevant ...

... no hidden defects or disabling codes and are subject to recognised and appropriate release procedures, including the latest version of a proprietary virus detection software package approved by the Authority, and the Contractor shall procure that corresponding obligations are imposed on its sub-contractors ...

... no hidden defects or disabling codes and are subject to recognised and appropriate release procedures, including the latest version of a proprietary virus detection software package approved by the Authority, and the Contractor shall procure that corresponding obligations are imposed on its sub-contractors ...

... no hidden defects or disabling codes and are subject to recognised and appropriate release procedures, including the latest version of a proprietary virus detection software package approved by the Authority, and the Contractor shall procure that corresponding obligations are imposed on its sub-contractors ...

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