Sunday, October 1 2023

EU Report Tightens the Reins on Chinese Tech Companies

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A recent EU report demands a crackdown on Chinese technology companies Huawei and ZTE, escalating discord with Beijing. The report marks […]

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Regulatory Spotlight: Avoiding the jab-hook combo

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When regulators squabble, who loses? Everyone. Regulatory disharmony is real, folks—and so far, we don’t see signs of the trend […]

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US, UK, and EU Blame China for MS Server Attacks

Ellie Buscemi 0

The United States, United Kingdom, and European Union joined industry groups in attributing the Microsoft exchange server attacks earlier this […]

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Met Police Seize £180m in Cryptocurrency

Ellie Buscemi 0

The Metropolitan Police force seized approximately £180 million in the ongoing fight against money launderers and cyber criminals, who use […]

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Financial sector has not implemented cybersecurity measures: Deloitte

Ellie Buscemi 0

Only nine percent of Danish financial institutions have implemented key cybersecurity measures, according to new research published by Deloitte. The […]

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As Ransomware Soars, Insurers Mull Changes

Ellie Buscemi 0

As ransomware attacks soar, payment requests have begun to attract increased legal and regulatory scrutiny. In this complex environment, industry […]

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US and EU Launch Trade and Technology Council

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During the EU-US Summit in Brussels, the United States and European Union set a joint transatlantic agenda, agreeing to a […]

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EU Extends Sanctions to Hackers—Banks, Cyber Insurers Face Dilemma

Ellie Buscemi 0

The European Council extended a framework that penalizes cyber-attacks against EU or member countries for another year. The framework, part […]

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Cyber Executive Moves: Expel, AXA XL

Ellie Buscemi

Expel appoints a new chief product officer, AXA XL announces a new chief executive and DataVisor appoints a new chief revenue officer. Expel, a security operations provider in Herndon, Virginia, appointed Yonni Shelmerdine as the new chief product officer on Aug. 28. Shelmerdine comes to Expel from SentinelOne where he was the vice president of Product Management, endpoint […]

Grip Security Raising $41 Million Series B Led by Third Point Ventures

SecureDisruptions

SaaS security company plans to accelerate growth and extend market leadership SaaS identity risk management platform Grip Security announced a $41 million Series B funding round led by Third Point Ventures, with participation from YL Ventures, Intel Capital and The Syndicate Group. The investment would bring Grip Security’s total funding to $66 million and marks a major milestone for the […]

Partner One Acquires Key Fidelis Cybersecurity Assets

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Partner One, one of the fastest growing software conglomerates in the world, has announced its acquisition of Fidelis Cybersecurity software, intellectual property, equipment, inventory and customer and reseller contracts. Fidelis software is a leader in the cybersecurity industry, with innovative eXtended Detection and Response (XDR) and Cloud Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP). Fidelis solutions protect […]

Healthcare IoT: Risks, Policy, and the Path Forward 

John Powers

When Amazon launched as an online bookstore twenty-eight years ago, few would have imagined that patients could one day go to its website to treat their acid reflux. But times change. Amazon just expanded their virtual healthcare marketplace, Amazon Clinic. Across the U.S., customers can now consult with clinicians through virtual calls and get treatment […]

NIST Updates Cybersecurity Framework in New Draft, Seeks Public Comment

John Powers

The National Institute of Standards and Technology updated their cybersecurity framework for the third time in a new draft. The new framework offers guidance to organizations about reducing cybersecurity risks. It contains a set of outcomes so that any organization can evaluate, prioritize, grasp, and communicate its cybersecurity measures in an effective way. The draft […]

N.Y. Gov. Debuts Premier State Cybersecurity Strategy

John Powers

Governor Kathy Hochul (D-NY) recently introduced New York’s first cybersecurity strategy. The 15-page document lays out a blueprint to expand services to aid under-resourced entities and clarifies agency responsibilities. It provides $500 million to strengthen New York’s healthcare information technology and $7.4 million to expand the New York State Police’s Cyber Analysis Unit, Computer Crimes […]