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EU and UK step up efforts to protect banks from cybercrime

EU and UK step up efforts to protect banks from cybercrime

The European Union and the British Bankers' Association have announced independent plans to tackle cyber-criminals that target banks and other financial institutions.

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Russia's BlackEnergy malware targets Brussels, Poland and Ukraine

Russia's BlackEnergy malware targets Brussels, Poland and Ukraine

Ongoing Russian malware attacks on Poland, Ukraine and Brussels (in Belgium) are aimed at discovering secrets not cash, and could be from criminal groups rather than a state-sponsored actor.

TripAdvisor subsidiary data breach hits up to 1.4 million customers

TripAdvisor subsidiary data breach hits up to 1.4 million customers

Travel firm Viator has suffered a data breach that has compromised the credentials or payment card details of up to 1.4 million of its customers.

Home Depot card data breach undetected for four months

Home Depot card data breach undetected for four months

The Home Depot card data breach may have continued for longer than the Target attack late last year, according to new reports.

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New cyber training facility launched

Jihadists didn't increase security due to NSA leaks

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Fighting the fraudsters: Why we must get better at data sharing

Fighting the fraudsters: Why we must get better at data sharing

Face-to-face information-sharing with peers is a vital route to learn industry fraud-prevention lessons says Tim Lansdale.

The (grim) reality of password security

The (grim) reality of password security

There are security vulnerabilities when using passwords, but Tyler Moffitt says that there are steps that you can and should take to make sure your data less easy to access.

The new rise of biometrics

The new rise of biometrics

Biometric id options need appropriate mobile computing support to ensure that they too are not compromised says Jon Geater.

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