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Westmeath County Council has confirmed that it intends to proceed with the use of CCTV imagery for the purpose of detecting and preventing illegal dumping once legislation is formally enacted.
Illegal dumping along roads on the outskirts of Galway could be stopped if local authorities were allowed to use CCTV footage to pursue and prosecute culprits.
The need for CCTV in towns in the county was raised at two different municipal district monthly meetings this week. The issue of some CCTV cameras not operating in Westport was raised at the West Mayo Municipal District, while at the Claremorris-Swinford Municipal District, a call was made for the installation of CCTV in Claremorris town to curb anti-social behaviour.
According to a new survey of crime against businesses in Ireland, antisocial behaviour at 30% was the largest type of crime experienced since January 2020.
With our work and social lives moving even more online in the past 18 months or so, cybersecurity has become more important than ever. Phishing and data breaches have become part of everyday life, while the ransomeware attack on the HSE's systems earlier this year, and the recent attempted cyberattack on NUI Galway, have underlined just how much is at stake when it comes to protecting our digital information.
The potential provision of a lifeguard service at Coosan Point during peak seasons was a prevalent motion addressed during the recent meeting of the Athlone-Moate Municipal District.
One month on from the cyber attack on HSE IT systems, the CEO of the Saolta Hospital Group has warned that patient services continue to feel the impact in Letterkenny, Sligo, Mayo, Roscommon, Portiuncula and Galway University Hospitals.
The ransomware attack on the HSE IT systems continues to have a considerable impact on hospital services.