Regulatory compliance and standard requirements

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  • June 19, 2018 19 Jun'18

    Singapore remains hotbed for cyber threats

    Singapore was a victim of advanced persistent threats, phishing and website defacements in 2017, according to the latest threat landscape report by the Cyber Security Agency

  • June 14, 2018 14 Jun'18

    AI is key to keeping IBM compliant with GDPR

    Artificial intelligence is vital for keeping IBM compliant with the principles of the General Data Protection Regulation, which, in turn, provides opportunities for business, says the company’s data protection officer

  • June 14, 2018 14 Jun'18

    NCSC urges action after Dixons Carphone breach

    The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is urging UK business to improve data protection capabilities after Dixons Carphone revealed that millions of payment card and personal data records may have been compromised in a cyber breach

  • June 13, 2018 13 Jun'18

    Dixons Carphone admits 'falling short' on data protection

    Dixons Carphone has warned that millions of credit card and personal data records may have been compromised in a cyber breach

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  • Video: Lauri Love – why we need volunteers to fight malware

    Lauri Love talks to Computer Weekly about plans to collaborate with others to tackle malware and use cryptocurrencies to create new ways for businesses to work

  • Lauri Love: how reformed hackers halted the WannaCry virus

    Lauri Love presents a compelling story of the WannaCry malware that nearly brought down the NHS, and the behind the scenes work of former hackers, and security researchers that helped to prevent lives being lost. Love is facing extradition to the US after allegedly taking part in a hacking protest over the death of internet pioneer Aaron Swartz, who faced jail for using a hidden computer to downloading academic journals at MIT.

  • Lauri Love - my battle with extradition

    A court ruled today that Lauri Love, a 31-year old electrical engineering student, from Suffolk, can be extradited to the US to face hacking charges.

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