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FCA guidance on tackling cyber crime

The Financial Conduct Authority recently released guidance regarding cyber resilience (in the form of new webpages) which FCA regulated firms should take account of. While many larger regulated firms have substantial cyber resilience systems in place, the FCA is well aware that all firms are still vulnerable to attack, and that cyber attacks can impact … Continue Reading

More Data Vulnerabilities, Cyber Breaches Detected in Healthcare Exchanges

Government audits continue to reveal that millions of people’s personally identifiable information is at risk. Continuous audit reports by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) of The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) reveal that online health care insurance exchanges could be the next juicy target for hackers looking for consumers’ personal information. … Continue Reading

Electric Grid Cyber Threat Concerns Raised Last Week During an Intense Push for General Cybersecurity Legislation

This post was also written by Amy Mushahwar. Since three cyber security bills passed the House in April (H.R.2096, H.R.3523, and H.R.3834), all eyes have been on Washington for cyber security developments in the Senate. This past week there were several. The week began with a hearing on Tuesday, July 17, by the U.S. Senate … Continue Reading
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