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Cybersecurity team to assist banks – Bangkok Post

The Thai Bankers’ Association plans to form a Thai Bank Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) to share information regarding cybersecurity threats among members. Microsoft (Thailand) will supply its cybersecurity intelligence information and blockchain technology to the banking sector. “Quick adoption of digital and mobile banking services in Thailand including PromptPay …

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VDC Research Highlights Cybersecurity Concerns in Industry 4.0 – Markets Insider

ITHACA, N.Y., Aug. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — GrammaTech, Inc., a leading developer of commercial embedded software assurance tools and advanced cyber security solutions, today released new research from VDC detailing the growing concerns in cyber-physical manufacturing systems within today’s smart factories. The report, “Industry 4.0: Secure by Design,” summarizes the results …

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State Department quietly establishes new cybersecurity office – The Hill

The State Department quietly established a new office earlier this year within its Diplomatic Security Service to safeguard against and respond to cybersecurity threats. The State Department officially launched the new office, called the Cyber and Technology Security (CTS) directorate, on May 28, a department official confirmed. The establishment of the …

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Expert: Diversifying Cybersecurity Starts with “Targeted Recruiting” – Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

August 13, 2017 | : by Jamaal Abdul-Alim  In order to diversify the growing field of cybersecurity, employers must do more “targeted recruiting” at colleges and universities that are diverse themselves. That advice comes from Debora Plunkett, a retired National Security Agency executive and adjunct cybersecurity professor at the University …

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Cyber security: what lessons the European Union can learn from the French election – Politheor: European Policy Network

Rebecca Brambilla Policy Researcher at Politheor Rebecca has a B.A. in Political Science and Sociology from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. Her main academic interest lies in the fields of Foreign Affairs, International Development and Global Governance. During her studies, Rebecca worked as an intern for the social start-up Serlo Education …

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Marcus Hutchins: cybersecurity experts rally around arrested … – The Guardian

When Marcus Hutchins appears in court in Milwaukee on Monday, it will be almost three months to the day since the young British cybersecurity researcher halted the spread of a malicious software that crippled Britain’s National Health Service as well as companies such as FedEx and Telefonica. In the days …

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Cybersecurity ETFs In Focus On Robust Q2 Earnings – Seeking Alpha

The hype surrounding the cybersecurity industry has heated up this year given a surging stock market and increased cyberattacks. In fact, many stocks rallied to multi-year highs, suggesting that the industry is thriving. The latest quarterly earnings results bear testimony to this as most of the cybersecurity firms beat our …

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Social cybersecurity: Influence people, make friends and keep them safe – TechTarget

If hackers want to get into corporate systems, they target the weakest link in the security chain: employees. After all, employees are easy targets because they click on arbitrary links, concoct weak passwords, reuse passwords and even leave their devices in public places, according to Jason Hong, associate professor at …

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Marcus Hutchins: cybersecurity experts rally around arrested WannaCry 'hero' – The Guardian

When Marcus Hutchins appears in court in Milwaukee on Monday, it will be almost three months to the day since the young British cybersecurity researcher halted the spread of a malicious software that crippled the UK’s National Health Service as well as companies such as FedEx and Telefonica. In the …

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San Francisco cyber security startup Jask uses AI to get bad guys – San Francisco Business Times

San Francisco Business Times San Francisco cyber security startup Jask uses AI to get bad guysSan Francisco Business TimesGreg Martin, CEO of JASK. Enlarge. Greg Martin, CEO of JASK. Todd Johnson | San Francisco Business Times. Responding to cyber security threats is like playing whack-a-mole, said Greg Martin, CEO of …

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