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Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity

Drooms and Oodrive form strategic partnership

Drooms, a provider of virtual data rooms in Europe, and Oodrive, a European specialist in sensitive data management, have formed a strategic partnership and will market their joint solution in their respective markets: France and French-speaking territories for Oodrive, and

Binance partners with Oasis Labs to combat crypto fraud

Binance, a global blockchain firm behind the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume, is partnering with Oasis Labs, a data privacy software company, to launch the CryptoSafe Alliance which will bring together a global ecosystem of collaborators to combat

Richard Hudson, Cordium

Cordium appoints VP of cybersecurity and data protection services

Cordium, a provider of governance, risk and compliance services to financial and professional services firms, has appointed Richard Hudson as vice president of its cybersecurity and data protection consulting services. Hudson (pictured) joins from Mizuho Bank where he was the

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SEC discloses 2016 cybersecurity breach

SEC Chairman Jay Clayton has issued a statement highlighting the importance of cybersecurity to the agency and market participants, and detailing the agency’s approach to cybersecurity as an organisation and as a regulatory body. The statement is part of an

AI and machine learning

The role of AI and machine learning in cybersecurity

By George Ralph, RFA – The use of Artificial Intelligence is becoming decidedly commonplace. Wikipedia describes AI research as “the study of intelligent agents: any device that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximise its chance of success at

John-Thomas Gaietto, Richey May & Co

Proactively detecting threats through AI

Artificial intelligence is enabling organisations to be more proactive in their approach to cyber threats. Work environments with greater levels of remote access could be deemed more vulnerable, but the element of automation in identifying and remediating potentially malicious behaviour

Workplace fluidity leads to growing cyber vulnerabilities

By A Paris – Hedge funds and alternative asset managers are responsible for over USD3 trillion in assets under management – many bright shiny diamonds for cyber criminals to pursue. Increased levels of remote access propelled by the Covid-19 pandemic are making

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