Privacy researchers at vpnmentor have uncovered a huge data breach in security platform Biostar 2, a centralised biometric access control system used by UK police forces and major banks.
Canadian financial services co-operative Desjardins has set aside C$70 million in expenses to cover second quarter costs for a data breach that exposed the accounts of 2.9 million customers.
Drawbridge Partners, a premier cybersecurity services firm specializing in the needs of hedge fund and private equity managers, today announced the launch of DrawbridgeConnect, an automated management platform which allows firms the ability to manage all aspects of their cybersecurity program.
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed an 18-month delay to the introduction of Secure Customer Authentication (SCA) rules for e-commerce transactions.
The latest Morgan Stanley Investor Pulse Poll finds that high net worth (HNW) investors are increasingly attracted to digital technology while at the same time concerned about cybersecurity.
US lawmakers are stepping up their probe into the Capital One data breach, firing questions to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos about the role of AWS cloud controls in the incident.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) today issued a set of legally binding requirements to raise the cyber security standards and strengthen cyber resilience of the financial sector.
The Notice on Cyber Hygiene sets out the measures that financial institutions must take to mitigate the growing risk of cyber threats.
The latest payment card fraud data has shown a decline in the rate of fraud for the first time since reporting of card fraud commenced in 2006.
Figures released today by the Australian Payments Network (AusPayNet), the payments industry self-regulatory body, show the rate of card fraud for the 12 months to 31 December was 72.8 cents per $1,000 of card spending, down from 75.0c per$1,000 in the previous period.