Banks Dreading Computer Hacks Call for Cyber War Council

Cybersecurity NewsBanks Dreading Computer Hacks Call for Cyber War Council There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

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By Carter Dougherty
Bloomberg.com
July 8, 2014

Wall Street’s biggest trade group has proposed a government-industry cyber
war council to stave off terrorist attacks that could trigger financial
panic by temporarily wiping out account balances, according to an internal
document.

The proposal by the Securities Industry and Financial…

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NSA Releases New Statistical Details About Surveillance

Cybersecurity NewsNSA Releases New Statistical Details About Surveillance There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

The National Security Agency has released its first "Statistical Transparency Report Regarding Use of National Security Authorities."  The report provides details about the number of surveillance orders the agency has acted on for 2013.  The report sorts the orders and targets affected into categories based on the major national security surveillance […]

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Controversy Over Facebook Emotional Manipulation Study Grows As Timeline Becomes More Clear

Cybersecurity NewsControversy Over Facebook Emotional Manipulation Study Grows As Timeline Becomes More Clear There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

In a controversial study Facebook reported the results of a massive psychological experiment on 689,003 users.  The authors were able to conduct the research because in their words, automated testing “was consistent with Facebook’s Data Use Policy, to which all users agree prior to creating an account on Facebook, constituting […]

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Controversy Over Facebook Emotional Manipulation Study Grows As Timeline Becomes More Clear

Controversial Cybersecurity Bill Known As CISA Advances Out Of Senate Committee

Cybersecurity NewsControversial Cybersecurity Bill Known As CISA Advances Out Of Senate Committee There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence voted Tuesday to approve a controversial cybersecurity bill known as the Cyber Information Sharing Act (CISA). The bill is intended to help companies and the government thwart hackers and other cyber-intrusions.  The bill passed by a 12-3 vote, moving it one step closer to a […]

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Controversial Cybersecurity Bill Known As CISA Advances Out Of Senate Committee

Senator Wants FTC To Determine If Facebook Study Broke The Law

Cybersecurity NewsSenator Wants FTC To Determine If Facebook Study Broke The Law There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Senator Mark R. Warner (D-Va.) has asked the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to provide more information on recent reports that Facebook conducted an emotional manipulation experiment. In a letter today to the FTC, Warner asked the agency to determine if Facebook broke the law, or violated their consent agreement with the FTC. Warner also asked the agency to explore the potential ramifications of the experiment, and to consider questions about what, if any, oversight would be appropriate for behavioral studies conducted by social media platforms.

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SEC Commissioner Aguilar Speaks on Cybersecurity Issues for the Boardroom

Cybersecurity NewsSEC Commissioner Aguilar Speaks on Cybersecurity Issues for the Boardroom There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Last week SEC Commissioner Luis A. Aguilar gave a speech at the New York Stock Exchange on ”Boards of Directors, Corporate Governance and Cyber-Risks,” in which he strongly urged directors to focus on the need for increased oversight of…
By: Mintz Levin – Securities Litigation &

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SEC Commissioner Aguilar Speaks on Cybersecurity Issues for the Boardroom

Commissioner Aguilar Addresses Boards’ Focus on Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity NewsCommissioner Aguilar Addresses Boards’ Focus on Cybersecurity There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

One June 10th SEC Commissioner Luis Aguilar made a speech before the New York Stock Exchange, and he took the opportunity to discuss good corporate governance as it relates to cybersecurity and boards of directors….
By: Brooks Pierce

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Commissioner Aguilar Addresses Boards’ Focus on Cybersecurity

Wyndham Secures Interlocutory Appeal Challenging the FTC’s Authority to Regulate Cybersecurity Practices

Cybersecurity NewsWyndham Secures Interlocutory Appeal Challenging the FTC’s Authority to Regulate Cybersecurity Practices There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

As part of our ongoing effort to advise clients on significant developments in cybersecurity that are likely to impact their businesses, we have been actively reporting on the case of in FTC v. Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, et al., pending before…
By: Blank Rome LLP

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Wyndham Secures Interlocutory Appeal Challenging the FTC’s Authority to Regulate Cybersecurity Practices

“… Because That’s Where the Money Is.” OCC Head Highlights Oversight of Cybersecurity for Financial Industry—Will All Vendors Cooperate?

Cybersecurity News“… Because That’s Where the Money Is.” OCC Head Highlights Oversight of Cybersecurity for Financial Industry—Will All Vendors Cooperate? There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Why are banks often tempting targets for criminals and terrorists alike? Thomas Curry, the head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), recently reminded us: “… because that’s where the money is.” But what most worries the Comptroller…
By: Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

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“… Because That’s Where the Money Is.” OCC Head Highlights Oversight of Cybersecurity for Financial Industry—Will All Vendors Cooperate?

Cybersecurity: Having a Privacy Policy is Not Enough

Cybersecurity NewsCybersecurity: Having a Privacy Policy is Not Enough There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

With the rash of significant data security incidents that occurred in 2013 and have continued to this day, it is increasingly important for companies to have an updated cybersecurity preparedness plan. The World Economic Forum ranked cyber-attacks as…
By: Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A.

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Cybersecurity: Having a Privacy Policy is Not Enough

Marc Andreessen on the future of technology and implications for enhancing government dialog with citizens

Cybersecurity NewsMarc Andreessen on the future of technology and implications for enhancing government dialog with citizens There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

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This is the fifth installment in our series flowing from recent dialog with Marc Andreessen. In this post we provide some of Marc’s thoughts regarding ways that government can improve the dialog underway with citizens on the future of automation. Gourley: How can government start a dialogue with citizens on how AI, robotics and the coming […]

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DoD’s Unmet Cyber Needs

Cybersecurity NewsDoD’s Unmet Cyber Needs There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

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Last week, DoD’s CYBER leaders met in Baltimore for AFCEA International’s newest event: Cyber Symposium. It was a very good mix of senior DoD and Industry. It’s great to see the government folks getting out again. The Cyber Symposium replaced the old Joint Warfighter Conference that has been held in Virginia Beach in the past. […]

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DoD’s Unmet Cyber Needs

RAND Study: Shortage of Cybersecurity Experts? No Problem

Cybersecurity NewsRAND Study: Shortage of Cybersecurity Experts? No Problem There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

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In the last decade, data breaches and information technologies have forced cybersecurity into the forefront of American consciousness, despite the fact that it has historically been an afterthought for many corporations, organizations, and individuals. Demand for cybersecurity professionals has increased dramatically in recent years, with government organizations planning to hire thousands of cyberprofessionals in the […]

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RAND Study: Shortage of Cybersecurity Experts? No Problem

Groups fear bill would allow free flow of data between private sector and NSA

Cybersecurity NewsGroups fear bill would allow free flow of data between private sector and NSA There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

A draft U.S. Senate bill aimed at making it easier for organizations to share cyberthreat information poses serious threats to personal privacy, several rights groups said in a letter to Congress on Thursday.

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Hackers hit more businesses through remote access accounts

Cybersecurity NewsHackers hit more businesses through remote access accounts There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Hackers recently broke into payment systems at several northwestern U.S. restaurants and food service companies via a remote access account belonging to one of their vendors, another example of the need for companies to monitor third-party access to their networks.

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Hackers hit more businesses through remote access accounts

Breaches exposed 1 in 7 US debit cards in 2013

Cybersecurity NewsBreaches exposed 1 in 7 US debit cards in 2013 There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Data breaches at retailers and financial services companies exposed 14 percent of all U.S. debit cards in 2013, according to a nationwide survey by a major ATM network operator.

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Breaches exposed 1 in 7 US debit cards in 2013

Chinese hackers switched targets to U.S. experts on Iraq

Cybersecurity NewsChinese hackers switched targets to U.S. experts on Iraq There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

A sophisticated Chinese hacker group that had been stealing information from U.S. policy experts on Southeast Asia suddenly changed targets last month to focus on Iraq, security researchers said Monday.

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Chinese hackers switched targets to U.S. experts on Iraq

Botnet aims brute-force attacks at point-of-sale systems

Cybersecurity NewsBotnet aims brute-force attacks at point-of-sale systems There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Thousands of compromised computers are actively trying to break into point-of-sale (POS) systems using brute-force techniques to guess remote administration credentials.

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Botnet aims brute-force attacks at point-of-sale systems

Cyberattack on Hong Kong Vote Was Among Largest Ever, Security Chief Says

Cybersecurity NewsCyberattack on Hong Kong Vote Was Among Largest Ever, Security Chief Says There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

The distributed denial-of-service attack commanded a network of compromised computers around the world in an apparent attempt to overwhelm polling on Hong Kong’s political future.

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Cyberattack on Hong Kong Vote Was Among Largest Ever, Security Chief Says

Target top security officer reporting to CIO seen as a mistake

Cybersecurity NewsTarget top security officer reporting to CIO seen as a mistake There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

In hiring its first CISO to prevent another massive data breach, Target made a mistake in not having the top security officer report directly to the chief executive, experts say.

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Survey Shows U.S. Organizations Need More Improvement To Counter Cybercriminals

Cybersecurity NewsSurvey Shows U.S. Organizations Need More Improvement To Counter Cybercriminals There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Despite a surge in both the number of detected cybersecurity incidents and the financial costs associated with such breaches, a new report shows that U.S. organizations lack the necessary defenses to effectively counter evolving cybersecurity…
By: WeComply, a Thomson Reuters business

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Survey Shows U.S. Organizations Need More Improvement To Counter Cybercriminals

Florida Overhauls Its Data Security Breach Notification Law Effective July 1, 2014

Cybersecurity NewsFlorida Overhauls Its Data Security Breach Notification Law Effective July 1, 2014 There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

On June 20, 2014 Governor Rick Scott approved the Florida Information Protection Act of 2014, overhauling the requirements and steps companies must follow when faced with a potential or actual security breach resulting in the unauthorized disclosure…
By: Foley & Lardner LLP

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Florida Overhauls Its Data Security Breach Notification Law Effective July 1, 2014

Boards of Directors Charged with Cybersecurity Risk Management by SEC Commissioner

Cybersecurity NewsBoards of Directors Charged with Cybersecurity Risk Management by SEC Commissioner There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Last week, SEC Commissioner Luis Aguilar outlined expectations for directors of public companies to manage cybersecurity risk. If you think it is enough that a board of directors reviews annual budgets for privacy and IT security programs, assigns…
By: Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

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Boards of Directors Charged with Cybersecurity Risk Management by SEC Commissioner

HHS Settles Case Involving Unattended Medical Records

Cybersecurity NewsHHS Settles Case Involving Unattended Medical Records There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

On June 23, 2014, the Department of Health and Human Services announced a resolution agreement and 800,000 USD settlement with Parkview Health System, Inc. following a complaint involving patient medical records that were left unattended on a physician’s driveway.

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HHS Settles Case Involving Unattended Medical Records

95% of Successful Security Attacks are the Result of Human Error

Cybersecurity News95% of Successful Security Attacks are the Result of Human Error There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

According to security researchers at IBM and the Cyber Security Intelligence Index, 95 percent of successful hack attacks or incidents were because of some type of human error.

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Department of Energy Invites Cybersecurity Comments

Cybersecurity NewsDepartment of Energy Invites Cybersecurity Comments There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

In a Federal Register notice to be officially published Friday, June 20, 2014, the Department of Energy (DOE) is inviting public participation in its efforts to develop a guidance document entitled “Energy Sector Framework Implementation Guidance.” The term “Framework” references the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity which was released by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on February 12, 2014. In a prepublication notice, the DOE announced that “[t]he document is being designed to help energy sector stakeholders develop or align existing cybersecurity risk management programs with the Cybersecurity Framework. The document will also take in to consideration energy sector organizations that may have business activities across multiple critical infrastructure sectors, e.g., Dams, Transportation, Chemicals, etc. requiring a harmonized implementation approach with these other sectors.” The notice stated that bi-weekly conference calls will “provide periodic opportunities for participants to comment on the incremental updates to the Draft Framework Implementation Guidance document.”…Continue Reading

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“Getting to Know You, Getting to Know All About You…” FTC Data Brokers Report Calls for More Industry Transparency, Regulation in How Data Brokers Use Consumers’ Personal Information

Cybersecurity News“Getting to Know You, Getting to Know All About You…” FTC Data Brokers Report Calls for More Industry Transparency, Regulation in How Data Brokers Use Consumers’ Personal Information There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

“You may not know them, but data brokers know you,” Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chairwoman Edith Ramirez said when she announced the release of the Commission’s newest report on the data broker industry. And in the FTC’s opinion, Congress and the data brokerage industry need to take concerted action to bring transparency to the industry, protect consumers’ personally identifiable information (PII), and prevent abuse and discrimination. But will the FTC’s recommendations have any real effect? In light of recent statements about “actual” vs. “potential” harm and the expanding scope of the Agency’s Section 5 enforcement authority, the answer is a definite “maybe.”

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On May 27, 2014, the FTC released “Data Brokers: A Call for Transparency and Accountability,” a report that marks the conclusion of the FTC’s two-year study into data broker industry practices. Coming on the heels of the White House’s own Big Data Report the FTC’s Data Brokers Report highlights that “[i]n today’s economy, Big Data is big business” with numerous positive effects for both companies and consumers. And data brokers specifically play an important role in driving our economy through increased targeted marketing, identity verification and fraud detection.

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IRS, Hartford police conducting criminal investigation on Access Health data breach

Cybersecurity NewsIRS, Hartford police conducting criminal investigation on Access Health data breach There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

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By Arielle Levin Becker
The CT Mirror
June 19, 2014

The Internal Revenue Service and Hartford police are conducting a criminal
investigation of the data breach involving information on clients of
Connecticut’s health insurance exchange. But an exchange official said
Thursday that the cause was most likely a mistake by a call center…

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Protecting Brazil 2014 World Cup from cyber attacks

Cybersecurity NewsProtecting Brazil 2014 World Cup from cyber attacks There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

The Italian security firm Tiger Security issued a report on the current state of cyber attacks against the organization of the Brazil 2014 World Cup. The Italian firm Tiger Security is one of the companies in charge to monitor cyber security of the Brazil 2014 World Cup, in these hours its experts have issued an interesting report titled […]

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Bank not liable for customer’s $440,000 cybertheft

Cybersecurity NewsBank not liable for customer’s $440,000 cybertheft There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

A Missouri escrow firm that lost $440,000 in a 2010 cyberheist cannot hold its bank responsible for the loss an appeals court said this week affirming a lower court’s previous ruling on the issue.

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Bank not liable for customer’s $440,000 cybertheft

Government Officials Continue to Reference NIST Framework

Cybersecurity NewsGovernment Officials Continue to Reference NIST Framework There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

On Thursday, June 12, 2014, while delivering remarks on cybersecurity at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler challenged businesses to be more proactive in addressing…
By: Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

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Government Officials Continue to Reference NIST Framework

Bank of England Launches New Framework to Test for Cyber Vulnerabilities

Cybersecurity NewsBank of England Launches New Framework to Test for Cyber Vulnerabilities There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

On June 10, the Bank of England launched a new framework to help identify areas where the financial sector could be vulnerable to sophisticated cyber-attack. The new framework is called CBEST and was launched in May 2014….
By: Orrick – Structured Finance Group

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Bank of England Launches New Framework to Test for Cyber Vulnerabilities

Massachusetts Conducting Cybersecurity Practices Survey of Massachusetts-Registered Investment Advisers

Cybersecurity NewsMassachusetts Conducting Cybersecurity Practices Survey of Massachusetts-Registered Investment Advisers There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

On June 3, 2014, the Massachusetts Securities Division released a survey to assess cybersecurity readiness and practices of Massachusetts-registered investment advisers….
By: Foley Hoag LLP

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Massachusetts Conducting Cybersecurity Practices Survey of Massachusetts-Registered Investment Advisers

3 Data Breach Liability and Care Standards to Know Now

Cybersecurity News3 Data Breach Liability and Care Standards to Know Now There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Privacy and Cyber Security Litigation (PCS Litigation) has recently experienced extensive growth, particularly when it comes to the liabilities associated with a data breach. PCS Litigation involving data breach may be brought under multiple…
By: Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P.

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Calling All Boards of Directors: Four Recommendations from the SEC

Cybersecurity NewsCalling All Boards of Directors: Four Recommendations from the SEC There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Written by Adam Veness SEC Commissioner Luis Aguilar recently spoke at the New York Stock Exchange Conference “Cyber Risks and the Boardroom.”  In his speech, Commissioner Aguilar emphasized the importance of cybersecurity and how fast the need for cybersecurity has grown in such a short time period, pointing out that U.S. companies experienced a 42%… Continue Reading

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“May I have your ZIP Code?” Retailers may want to read this….

Cybersecurity News“May I have your ZIP Code?” Retailers may want to read this…. There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Written by Nancy Adams, CPCU There are only a handful of decisions addressing whether a commercial general liability (CGL) policy provides coverage for lawsuits brought against retailers allegedly collecting their customers’  ZIP code information.   Thus, when a decision is issued in this area, particularly a decision denying coverage, it is noteworthy. Recently, in OneBeacon American… Continue Reading

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China’s Use of Privacy Law Raises Questions for Privacy Advocates

Cybersecurity NewsChina’s Use of Privacy Law Raises Questions for Privacy Advocates There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

China seems to have found a reliable legal tool for suppressing dissent.  A prominent Chinese human rights lawyer, Pu Zhiqiang, has been arrested after a meeting in a private home to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the killings at Tiananmen Square.  The charge?  “Illegal access to the personal information of citizens,” a crime punishable by… Continue Reading

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Exploring Cyber Insurance: What Companies Need to Know Now

Cybersecurity NewsExploring Cyber Insurance: What Companies Need to Know Now There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

In a recent article published in the Daily Journal, Hunton and Williams’ Insurance Coverage Counseling and Litigation attorney William T. Um offers a primer on cyber insurance, outlining key considerations for businesses as they explore this emerging area of coverage. This blog entry provides a link to download the full article.

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SEC Commissioner Calls on Corporate Boards to Address Cybersecurity—Refers to NIST Cyber Framework as “the Bible”

Cybersecurity NewsSEC Commissioner Calls on Corporate Boards to Address Cybersecurity—Refers to NIST Cyber Framework as “the Bible” There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

While attending the “Cyber Risks and the Boardroom” Conference at the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday, June 10, 2014, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissioner Luis Aguilar called on corporate boards to make sure they are taking the necessary steps to address and oversee their companies’ cybersecurity risks. In a prepared statement, he said that … Continue Reading

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SEC Commissioner Calls on Corporate Boards to Address Cybersecurity—Refers to NIST Cyber Framework as “the Bible”

Second Chinese Army Unit Implicated in Cyberattacks

Cybersecurity NewsSecond Chinese Army Unit Implicated in Cyberattacks There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

A report by Crowdstrike, a security company, ties a hacker group in Shanghai to attacks on governments, contractors and research companies.

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Second Chinese Army Unit Implicated in Cyberattacks

UK finance industry launches cyber security framework

Cybersecurity NewsUK finance industry launches cyber security framework There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

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By Warwick Ashford
ComputerWeekly.com
10 June 2014

The UK finance industry has launched a cyber security framework for sharing
detailed threat intelligence, testing cyber security and benchmarking financial
service providers.

The CBEST framework was developed by the Council of Registered Ethical Security
Testers (Crest) in collaboration with…

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Where is the Cyber Insurance Market Heading?

Cybersecurity NewsWhere is the Cyber Insurance Market Heading? There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

After months of shocking reports of cyber breaches and data thefts at some of the largest retailers and the scramble of companies in just about every line of business to adjust to the new normal of cyber risk, we recently had a chance to hear Paul…
By: Thompson & Knight LLP

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Where is the Cyber Insurance Market Heading?

SEC Tells Investment Advisers and Private Equity Firms to Prepare for Cyber Attacks

Cybersecurity NewsSEC Tells Investment Advisers and Private Equity Firms to Prepare for Cyber Attacks There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

As part of its “Cybersecurity Initiative,” the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) has sent extensive cybersecurity document requests to more than 50 registered broker-dealers and registered investment advisers….
By: Thompson & Knight LLP

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SEC Tells Investment Advisers and Private Equity Firms to Prepare for Cyber Attacks

Data Breach Laws Continue to Come

Cybersecurity NewsData Breach Laws Continue to Come There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Retail. Financial services. Health care. Energy. Not an industry has been spared when it comes to recent data and cyber breaches, and the colossal damage that occurs to the interests of the company, its employees, and third parties (customers,…
By: Cozen O’Connor

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Data Breach Laws Continue to Come

Back Off Business, Cybersecurity Is FTC’s Turf Now

Cybersecurity NewsBack Off Business, Cybersecurity Is FTC’s Turf Now There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

On March 7, 2014, U.S. District Judge Esther Salas in New Jersey issued a much anticipated decision rejecting a direct challenge to the Federal Trade Commission’s authority to police corporate cybersecurity practices. Seeking to dismiss an FTC…
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Back Off Business, Cybersecurity Is FTC’s Turf Now

White Paper: Automating Your Cyber Defenses Including Malware Removal

Cybersecurity NewsWhite Paper: Automating Your Cyber Defenses Including Malware Removal There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

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Threat actors are increasingly automating their attacks, making defense harder and overwhelming incident response teams. Defenders have long looked to automated discovery as a means to mitigate this threat, but until recently, mass automation and response/threat removal hasn’t been a viable option. With changes in technology, enterprise cyber security professionals can now leverage automated in-line […]

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White Paper: Automating Your Cyber Defenses Including Malware Removal

Cybercrime losses top $400 billion worldwide

Cybersecurity NewsCybercrime losses top $400 billion worldwide There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Computer-related crimes may cause as much as $400 billion in losses annually, according to a new study that acknowledges the difficulty in estimating damages from such acts, most of which go unreported.

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Cybercrime losses top $400 billion worldwide

Warnings for smartphone, credit-card users at World Cup

Cybersecurity NewsWarnings for smartphone, credit-card users at World Cup There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

Soccer fans lucky enough to be traveling to Brazil for the World Cup are hearing an earful of consumer warnings about potentially onerous smartphone roaming charges and credit card ripoffs at ATMs and restaurants.

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Warnings for smartphone, credit-card users at World Cup