Cyber Security News

Identity Fraud Hits Record Number Of People:

The Wall Street Journal | By: AnnaMaria Andriotis | February 06, 2018: Equifax breach, more-sophisticated schemes drive 8% rise in ...
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Business Interest In Blockchain Picks Up While Cryptocurrency Causes Conniptions:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Kim S. Nash | February 06, 2018: Companies that move products and people through ...
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Data Case In U.S. Sparks Concern In Europe:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Natalia Drozdiak | January 18, 2018: Supreme Court expected to rule by June in ...
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How Enterprises Can Better Combat Advanced Cyber Attacks:

RSA Conference | Blog | GPE – January 17, 2018: Numerous relatively recent cyber attacks have successfully breached organizations that ...
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Intel Wrestled With Chip Flaws For Months:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Jack Nicas | January 04,2018: Several tech firms were notified of the vulnerabilities in ...
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Security Flaws Put Virtually All Phones, Computers At Risk:

Business Insurance | Reuters | January 04, 2018: Security researchers on Wednesday disclosed a set of security flaws that they ...
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What Happened After A Law Firm Got Hit By A Global Cyberattack:

The Wall Street Journal | GPE – December 20, 2017: Don Jaycox, DLA Piper’s chief information officer for the Americas, ...
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North Korean Hackers Behind Attacks On Cryptocurrency Exchanges, South Korean Newspaper Reports:

Reuters | By: by Joyce Lee & Heekyong Yang | December 16, 2017: South Korea’s spy agency said North Korean ...
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Millions Of People Post Comments On Federal Regulations ~ Many Are Fake:

The Wall Street Journal | By: James V. Grimaldi & Paul Overberg | December 12, 2017: A Wall Street Journal ...
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UK Regulator ~ Smart Machines Alone Can’t Defeat Money Laundering:

The FCPA Blog | By: Richard L. Cassin | December 11, 2017: Artificial intelligence will always be a “work in ...
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France Allows Use Of Blockchain To Trade Some Traditional Securities:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Sam Schechner & Patricia Kowsmann |December 08, 2017: New rule is latest mainstream effort ...
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Humanitarian Data Breaches ~ The Real Scandal Is Our Collective Inaction:

IRIN | By: Nathaniel A. Raymond, Daniel P. Scarnecchia & Stuart R. Campo | December 08, 2017: Why it’s time ...
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Okay, Say Someone Hacks Into The US Power Grid. Then What?

Defense One | By: Caroline Houck | December 06, 2017: “On a scale of 1 to 10,” the threat of ...
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FBI, DHS Warn Of Hacker Mercenaries Funded By Nation-States:

Defense One | By: Joseph Marks | GPE – December 04, 2017: Lines between government-backed hackers and cyber criminals are ...
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For Security Agencies, Blockchain Goes From Suspect To Potential Solution:

Reuters | By: Jeremy Wagstaff, Byron Kaye | December 03, 2017: Police and security agencies have so far only taken ...
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SEC Statements On Cybersecurity; An EDGAR Hacking – Part 1

Legal & Compliance | By: Laura Anthony, Esq. | November 21, 2017: On September 20, 2017, SEC Chair Jay Clayton ...
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Boards Should Think Of Cyber A Bit More Like Bank Robberies, Former AT&T Security Chief Says:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Steven Norton | GPE – November 20, 2017: Corporate boards should think about cybersecurity ...
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Era Of AI-Powered Cyberattacks Has Started:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Steven Norton | November 15, 2017: The growing sophistication of fast-moving cyberattacks is forcing ...
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Will The EU Data Protection Rule Block Due Diligence?

The FCPA Blog | By: Robert Clark | November 13, 2017: Companies minimize the risk of corruption by adequately vetting ...
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Security Breach And Spilled Secrets Have Shaken The N.S.A. To Its Core:

The New York Times | By: Scott Shane, Nicole Perlroth and David E. Sangernov | November 12, 2017: A serial ...
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China Has A Breakthrough In Spy-Proof Quantum Communications:

Defense One | By: Patrick Tucker | GPE – November 12, 2017: A team of Chinese researchers say they have ...
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DHS ~ Boeing 757 Testing Shows Airplanes Vulnerable to Hacking:

Avionics | By: Calvin Biesecker | GPE – November 12, 2017: A team of government, industry and academic officials successfully ...
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FBI ~ More Cyber Attacks Now Originate From Legitimate Credentials:

Satellite Today | By: Jeffery Hill | GPE – November 12, 2017: Recent trends in malicious cybersecurity activity show that ...
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NHS Cyber Attack Far More Extensive Than Thought, Says Report:

Financial Times | October 27, 2017: Department warned of risks to IT systems a year before WannaCry assault. The scale ...
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New Ransomware Outbreak Spreads Through U.S., Russia And Ukraine:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Robert McMillan | October 24, 2017: An outbreak of malicious software Tuesday froze computer ...
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EU-U.S. Data Transfer Pact To Pass First Annual Review:

Reuters | By: Julia Fioretti | October 18, 2017: A year-old pact underpinning billions of dollars of transatlantic data transfers ...
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DHS To Order Agencies Implement Email, Website Encryption Tools:

NextGov.com | By: Joseph Marks | October 16, 2017: The Homeland Security Department plans to issue a binding directive Monday ...
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Researchers Uncover Flaw That Makes Wi-Fi Vulnerable To Hacks:

Reuters | By: Reuters Staff | October 16, 2017: Cyber security watchdogs and researchers are issuing warnings over risks associated ...
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Supreme Court To Consider Search Warrant Power In Microsoft Email Case:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Brent Kendall | October 16, 2017: Company argues U.S. search warrants don’t reach data ...
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Pentagon Turns To High-Speed Traders To Fortify Markets Against Cyberattack:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Alexander Osipovich | October 15, 2017: Dozens of high-speed traders and others from Wall ...
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The World Once Laughed At North Korean Cyberpower. No More.

The New York Times | By: Various Authors | October 15, 2017: When North Korean hackers tried to steal $1 ...
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Equifax’s Latest Security Foil ~ A Defunct Web Service:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Robert McMillan & AnnaMaria Andriotis | October 13, 2017: Visitors to company’s website were ...
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Equifax Hack Disclosed Driver’s License Data for More Than 10 Million Americans:

The Wall Street Journal | By: AnnaMaria Andriotis & Emily Glazer | October 10, 2017: Company also said file containing ...
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Israeli Spies Found Russians Using Kaspersky Software For hacks:

Reuters | By: Reuters Staff | October 11, 2017: Israeli intelligence officials spying on Russian government hackers found they were ...
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New Kid On The Blockchain ~ The Distributed Ledger And The Fight against Corruption:

Transparency International UK | By: Jane Smith | GPE – October 10, 2017: In the dystopian reality of many people’s ...
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7 Anti-Corruption Takeaways From OECD’s 2017 Integrity Forum:

Transparency International UK | By: Robert Barrington | GPE – October 10, 2017: This week, the OECD held its annual ...
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Russian Hackers Stole NSA Data On U.S. Cyber Defense:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Gordon Lubold & Shane Harris | October 05, 2017: The breach, considered the most ...
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SEC’s Corporate Filing System Vulnerable To Denial Of Service Attacks ~ Memo:

Reuters | By: Sarah N. Lynch & Jim Finkle | October 06, 2017: The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), ...
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DHS Forms Election Security Task Force:

Defense One | By Joseph Marks | October 04, 2017: The Homeland Security Department formed an election security task force ...
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Yahoo Says All Three Billion Accounts Hacked In 2013 Data Theft:

Reuters | By: Jonathan Stempel & Jim Finkle | October 03, 2017: Yahoo on Tuesday said that all 3 billion ...
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