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The Banking Cyber Security Forum London
THE BANKING CYBER SECURITY FORUM LONDON
June 18-18, 2019
Nearly 563 million customer data records were compromised in 2018 alone, GDPR and data protection remains king and 2019 is set to be the year when the Payment Services Directive (PSD2) completely changes the face of banking. The pressure is on banks to remain competitive whilst maintaining impregnab...

Banking Cyber Security Forum
BANKING CYBER SECURITY FORUM
June 18-18, 2019
Banking Cyber Security Forum is an exclusive, top-flight event exclusively for senior banking executives, set to address each of these challenges and opportunities and encourages peer-to-peer conversation via a programme built around conversation opportunities with peers from across the banking sect...

AusCERT


AusCERT hosts the annual AusCERT Information Security Conference in May on Queensland's Gold Coast, Australia. The AusCERT Conference is the largest Information Security conference in the southern hemisphere, attracting around 1000 delegates each year.

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New figures from Grant Thornton reveal that extortion and blackmail are more common forms of cyber-attack on businesses than theft of data or intellectual property. This comes as the volume of attacks globally has risen sharply over the last 12 months. According to Grant Thornton, the findings lay bare the diversity of the threat to businesses today and the breadth of the response needed to remain resilient....
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With an ever-increasing number of cyberattacks, it’s imperative that organizations have a way to facilitate sharing of attack data in order to defend themselves better. To that end, RiskIQ has teamed up with Facebook to provide a visual interface on top of the social network’s ThreatExchange product. Members of the exchange will be able to send and receive data stored in ThreatExchange directly from the PassiveTotal platform. Facebook’s ThreatExchange is a rich repository of th...
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ISACA is using Open Badges technology to underpin the web-based credentials, and they’re available for individuals who have earned the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) and/or Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) certifications....
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"Infamous surveillance technology provider Hacking Team likely sold the recently patched Adobe Flash Player vulnerability to customers before it was breached, as it has been spotted in attacks against Asian targets prior to that date.

The data dump of internal documents, emails and source code allegedly belonging to the Milan-based firm on Sunday featured the flaw, and sparked white hats into action. Soon after, Adobe released a patch for CVE-2015-5119."...

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JAMAICA will host a four-day seminar on Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) next month at the Knutsford Court Hotel in Kingston.
The seminar, scheduled for November 10 to 14, will target managers of information security, information technology and corporate security, corporate governance, risk and compliance, as well as information security consultants. The forum is being organised by EduCentres Limited, which specialises in computer training, knowledge management, systems cons...

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A majority (77%) of the requests were for basic subscriber information and “transactional” data, which Time Warner provided. In 20% of the cases it did not release the requested information. And in only 3% did it return “content” information, which would detail actual communications or other relevant behavioral information....
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EVENTS

Banking Cyber Security Forum
BANKING CYBER SECURITY FORUM
June 18-18, 2019
Banking Cyber Security Forum is an exclusive, top-flight event exclusively for senior banking executives, set to address each of these challenges and opportunities and encourages peer-to-peer conversation via a programme built around conversation opportunities with peers from across the banking sect...

The Banking Cyber Security Forum London
THE BANKING CYBER SECURITY FORUM LONDON
June 18-18, 2019
Nearly 563 million customer data records were compromised in 2018 alone, GDPR and data protection remains king and 2019 is set to be the year when the Payment Services Directive (PSD2) completely changes the face of banking. The pressure is on banks to remain competitive whilst maintaining impregnab...