Banks are increasingly turning to ‘war game’ type simulations to prepare for and mitigate the impact of cyber attacks.
Day: May 21, 2018
Monetary Authority of Singapore calls for improved cyber resilience in the financial sector
The chief cybersecurity officer of the Monetary Authority of Singapore has announced that the regulator plans to raise requirements on cyber resilience in the financial industry.
Lincare to pay $875,000 to employees following data breach
Lincare Holdings Inc, the US’s largest provider of home respiratory supplies, has agreed to pay $875,000 to settle a class-action lawsuit from employees over a data breach which occurred in February 2017.
Cybersecurity incidents cost APAC $1.75 trillion last year; over half of organisations may have been breached
25% of APAC organisations have experienced a cybersecurity incident in the past year, and 27% have no way of telling as they have not carried out forensics or data breach assessment.
Group linked to Shamoon attacks targeting ICS networks in Middle East and UK
CHRYSENE, which appears to have evolved from the group behind the Shamoon and Shamoon 2 attacks, has been targeting ICS networks in the Middle East and the United Kingdom.