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BSI International Cyber Resilience Exchange 2019
BSI INTERNATIONAL CYBER RESILIENCE EXCHANGE 2019
March 26-26, 2019
BSI International Cyber Resilience Exchange 2019 is a one day event which brings together leading international cyber intelligence experts and innovators to share their vision of making a secure digital future a reality. The exchange comprises of keynote speakers, panel discussions and interactive s...

NEPIC Digitalisation & Cyber Security Conference
NEPIC DIGITALISATION & CYBER SECURITY CONFERENCE
March 27-27, 2019
The 4th Industrial Revolution represents an extraordinary growth and productivity opportunity for manufacturing in general, however, by its very nature brings with it increased risk. During this new event for 2019, we will explore the pros and cons of the connected world we live in whilst showcasing...

Amadeus IT Group


Amadeus provides the technology that keeps the travel sector moving – from initial search to making a booking, from pricing to ticketing, from managing reservations to managing check-in and departure processes. Our ambition is to facilitate the entire travel journey from door to door, whilst improving the travel ‘experience’ for hundreds of millions of people every year. This is achieved by connecting key players in the travel industry: travel agencies, corporations, airlines, airports, hotels, railways and more. We provide these companies with the tools to serve travellers better and to manage their own business more effectively. Amadeus is at the heart of the global travel industry. We are dedicated to working with our customers and partners to shape the future of travel.

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According to a survey on next-generation firewalls (NGFW) from Forrester Consulting, when asked what the key drivers were for their current or planned next-generation firewall projects, survey respondents said, “expanding/re-architecting infrastructure,” (56%), “recent security breaches that we’ve seen in the news,” (54%) and, surprising or not, “recent security breach within our own organization,” (44%)....
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A malicious attack uses a multi-stage infection to deploy malware that is capable of stealing passwords from various applications on a victim’s computer, Trustwave reports. The attack starts with spam emails distributed from the Necurs botnet to deliver macro-enabled documents, such as Word docs, Excel spreadsheets, or PowerPoint presentations, to the targets. As part of this infection campaign, DOCX attachments containing an embedded OLE object that has external references was used., the ...
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Synthetic identity fraud, which occurs when a fraudster fabricates a new and false identity that is not associated with a real person—is having more of an impact. While the number of synthetic identities is decreasing, the average fraud rate for synthetic identities has increased more than 100% since 2010, according to ID Analytics....
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Facebook is apparently heeding the wisdom in the old adage, “When things get tough, the tough go shopping.” According to The Information, Facebook is currently shopping for a major cybersecurity firm. After spending several months in the hot seat for its failure to protect user data, Facebook is reportedly looking to solve its cybersecurity problems by acquiring another cybersecurity company. Four inside sources have reportedly revealed that the company has engaged in acquisition con...
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EVENTS

BSI International Cyber Resilience Exchange 2019
BSI INTERNATIONAL CYBER RESILIENCE EXCHANGE 2019
March 26-26, 2019
BSI International Cyber Resilience Exchange 2019 is a one day event which brings together leading international cyber intelligence experts and innovators to share their vision of making a secure digital future a reality. The exchange comprises of keynote speakers, panel discussions and interactive s...

CS4CA USA
CS4CA USA
March 26-27, 2019
While cybercrime steadily increases in the US, the perceived complexity of data security remains a barrier for organizations to strengthen their cybersecurity strategies. Cyber risks are complex and unique to every circumstance, therefore difficult to quantify. But ultimately, all complexities can b...