According to the London Times, hundreds of thousands of British universities are hacked every year, mostly in the area of the latest research.
Figures show that from 2016 to 2017 Oxford, Warwick and the University of London suffered a total of 1,152 hackers. Internet security experts say criminal gangs always start from cyber security weaknesses and can sell stolen confidential information to other governments.
Hacking missiles, stealth materials research and a wide range of new energy fuels and battery technology applications in the military sector.
Additionally, hackers have long been intent on doing medical research in medical schools, but the university refused to provide specific details to the media.
Professor Karsten Max Planck, Professor of Network Security at Warwick University, Chairman of the British Association, Director of Computer Research and Network Security Maintenance of UK Universities, expressed great concern.
Mr. Ma is also concerned about the security environment of the infrastructure network in the UK.
UK Police Chief Gavin Thomas recently claimed that convicted hackers should wear radio jammers to replace incarceration to ensure they cannot connect to the internet. Thomas said this was the right way to punish hackers and save a lot of money every year. English prison inmates currently spend an average of £ 38,000 a year, while radio interference on cellular networks is much cheaper.
In addition, Gavin believes that hackers, often jailed for many years and often incarcerated, but carrying a wireless network of wireless jammers, can be deprived of the rights of the internet while ensuring self-awareness and peace of mind
Thomas admitted that installing wifi jammer in convicted hackers could be an obstacle, and some human rights groups have hinted that steps are being taken to prevent penalties. In addition, wireless network jammers can effectively prevent hackers from stealing the network in order to steal other information. However, intelligent hackers should use other ways to surf the Internet, such as: B. Internet cards and routers for Internet connection.