Tag: cyber security

FDIC Is Updating Its Cyber Security Policy After 2015 Data Breach

A congressional committee criticized the FDIC’s handling of more recent data breaches. The U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is updating cyber security policies after a 2015 data breach in which a former employee kept copies of sensitive information on how banks would handle bankruptcy, the regulator’s chief said on Thursday.

Review: ‘Zero Days’ Examines Cyberwarfare’s Potential Online Apocalypse

This Alex Gibney documentary describes the origin of Stuxnet, malware devised by Israel and the United States with grave implications for the future. With every seemingly miraculous advance comes the potential for its catastrophic misuse. If you’re inclined toward paranoia, Alex Gibney’s sobering documentary “Zero Days,” about the spread of

Brexit Will Make The UK More Vulnerable To Cybercrime

The likelihood of the United Kingdom exiting the European Union will put a huge strain on agencies tasked with protecting citizens, businesses and government entities from cyberattacks, said security experts.  Assuming a Brexit does take place — and many are still hoping it will not — expect a rise in

Latest Developments on China’s Cybersecurity Regulation

Regional regulations are affecting cross-border data flows, whether motivated by protection of user privacy, control over the Internet, or otherwise. Europe and the U.S. have sought to protect cross-border data flows between the two regions through the U.S.-E.U. Privacy Shield. .  At the same time, there is a growing sense