The Central Bank of Ireland has warned that regulated financial firms here are not implementing “sufficiently robust” IT systems and controls and must increase their resilience to technology failures to “minimise the potential impact on their business, reputations and the
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has set out a host of new cybersecurity regulations for banks and insurance companies in a bid to protect consumer data and financial systems from crooks and terrorists. In the pipelines for the last two
What is hard to understand is why LinkedIn didn’t feel the need to force password changes until four years after the breach
Late last Wednesday (May 25), LinkedIn casually sent a note to its customers that opened with one of
In 2015, the federal grant to the Washington State Office of Crime Victims Advocacy went up 400 percent over the previous fiscal year. That’s an extra $30 million the state is now able to spend helping victims of everything from
During Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit next week, India and the United States could be wrapping up the first bilateral document on cyber space cooperation, with New Delhi hoping that this will prod Washington into framing new rules to speed
Alexandra Foster, head of insurance and strategy, global banking and financial markets, BT, explains why cyber is a huge opportunity.
The problem of cyber crime is ubiquitous and the need to build resilient defences is common to every organisation in
Macquarie University and Optus will jointly launch a new $10 million cyber security centre to tackle the critical global shortage of peopletrained to protect information technology and communications systems.
Managing director of Optus Business John Paitaridis said about half a
A judge has thrown out evidence obtained by the FBI via hacking, after the agency refused to provide the full code it used in the hack.
The decision is a symptom of the FBI using investigative techniques that are usually
Israel’s rise as one of the world’s leaders in cybersecurity has been boosted by cooperation between the military, government, education, and private sectors, a level of partnership unmatched in the Western world, the Washington Post reported Saturday.
Israel’s cybersecurity sector
However it is not surprising more than 11.5 million documents have been leaked including the financial arrangements of prominent figures, including friends of Russian President Vladimir Putin, relatives of the prime ministers of Britain and Pakistan and Chinese President Xi
With recent news stories about U.S. hospitals and police stations being the victims of computer hackers who demand ransoms to bring computers back online, there is no time like the present to be proactive.
In February, a hospital in Hollywood
A container city sprang up in the middle of Calais’s jungle in January. Better than the flimsy tents they replaced, these metal boxes with their bunk beds are home for 1400 migrants. It is a warm spot in their long
Remember a while back when Netflix was a total bro and let current subscribers keep their lower monthly subscription rate instead of charging the higher rate that new customers received? That’s changing next month.
In 2014, Netflix raised the price
The extradition of Romanian hacker “Guccifer” to the U.S. at a critical point in the FBI’s criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email use is “not a coincidence,” according to an intelligence source close to the case.
One of the notches
David Cameron met with the editors of the Sun, the Telegraph and the Mail on Sunday in the two weeks prior to a government announcement delaying the controversial imposition of costs on the newspaper industry.
Despite promising to put the
WASHINGTON — At a time of increasing threats of cyberattacks on critical infrastructure, the Department of Homeland Security is having trouble recruiting much-needed computer experts because it cannot match the pay of the private sector and does not have the
FBI Director James Comey said Wednesday that the government had purchased “a tool” from a private party in order to unlock the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.
“Litigation between the government and Apple over the San
Shedding EMC’s content management unit would help the companies soften the financial blow of Dell’s $67 billion bid to buy the storage vendor.
Dell, which already is selling its services business for $3 billion and still has its Quest and
Google has released one of the largest Android monthly security updates, fixing a total of 39 vulnerabilities — 15 rated critical, including four that can lead to a complete device compromise.
The patches, which are included in new firmware images
SAN JOSE, Calif. (CN) – A federal judge said Friday that plaintiffs claiming Lenovo installed malicious adware on computers it sold to them have standing to bring their case, despite taking issues with some of their claims.