If you were a hacker trying to decide your next target, you’d likely want to pick an entity that has highly valuable and useful information that, simultaneously, lacks an effective security program. Though so many of us focus a significant portion of our in-house practices on cybersecurity and data breaches, it may not come to […]

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BOSTON — Healthcare organizations can learn a lot from the Equifax hack of some 143 million records. Executives should not dump stock before disclosing a breach, data integrity takes a team, everyone needs to constantly hone their incident response plan, and the worse is yet to come. That was the sentiment from speakers on Monday […]

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Photo Citing cybersecurity fears, England’s Football Association will instruct Manager Gareth Southgate and his players to avoid public Wi-Fi networks at next summer’s World Cup in Russia. Credit Paul Ellis/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images England’s soccer federation has written to FIFA to express concerns about the leak of confidential antidoping correspondence by… read more at: […]

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As the number of complaints continue to rise following credit reporting agency Equifax’s massive hack last week, the scale and scope of the breach is troubling cybersecurity experts who warn nearly every adult in the United States could have been affected. Continue Reading Below “You’re talking about a good portion of U.S. adults,” Hiep Dang, […]

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OLDWICK, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In this A.M.BestTV episode, reinsurers and related professionals gathered at the annual Rendez-Vous de Septembre (Rendez-Vous) conference in Monte Carlo, Monaco, say risks such as mortgage and cyber are capturing industry attention. Click on http://www.ambest.com/v.asp?v=rvs1917 to view the entire program. At this year’s annual conference of reinsurance professionals, there are approximately 2,500 delegates […]

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German elections vulnerable to hacking: ‘cyber-warfare’ say security pros On Thursday last week hackers from the Germany-based Chaos Computer Club warned that software being used to tabulate and transmit vote totals in Germany’s upcoming parliamentary elections contains major vulnerabilities that could threaten the integrity of the outcome and undermine voter confidence. In an organisational blog post and technical […]

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the-lightwriter, Getty Images/iStockphoto Defence ministers have taken part in a cyberwar game aimed at making Europe better prepared for a major cyber attack. The ‘EU Cybrid’ cyber defence exercise took place as part of a meeting of European Union (EU) defence ministers in Tallinn. The scenario for the table-top… read more at: http://www.zdnet.com/article/cyberwar-game-tests-politicians-ability-to-deal-with-a-major-attack/

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Sunil Gupta India is making a quantum leap into the digital realm by integrating the entire nation in the digital fabric. Today, digital services have facilitated the simplification of a number of day-to-day processes, including banking, verifications, entertainment, availing government-led services and researching about any desired product or service online. Surely, digital technologies, as they […]

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