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Securing real-time payments with tokenization

David Worthington, VP, Payments,
Rambus

For banks, direct debit (ACH) fraud represents a bigger financial risk than card fraud. In particular, growing momentum for real-time payment schemes across the world is creating huge opportunities for fraudsters and placing increasing pressure on banks and clearing houses, who now have only seconds instead of days to identify fraudulent transactions. There are various security approaches available to banks ... Read More »

Organisations need a zero trust model for cyber security, Unisys survey finds

New research from Unisys Corporation found that IT professionals reported three incidents on average where sensitive information had been lost last year, with some respondents reporting 11 losses for the year. Respondents also reported an average of nine incidents per month where they had to address highly severe security issues. The survey, conducted by information insights company Information Services Group Inc. (ISG), ... Read More »

86% of enterprises have adopted a multi-cloud strategy

Based on a global survey of 727 cloud technology decision makers at businesses with more than 1,000 employees, Forrester Consulting found how shifting business priorities are driving enterprises to adopt multi-cloud strategies. According to the study, a vast majority (86 percent) of respondents describe their current cloud strategy as multi-cloud, with performance and innovation rising above cost savings as the ... Read More »

Passwords for Tens of Thousands of Dahua Devices Cached in IoT Search Engine

Login passwords for tens of thousands of Dahua devices have been cached inside search results returned by ZoomEye, a search engine for discovering Internet-connected devices (also called an IoT search engine). Discovered by Ankit Anubhav, Principal Researcher at NewSky Security, a cyber-security company specialized in IoT security, these passwords are for Dahua DVRs running very old firmware that is vulnerable ... Read More »

Only 20% of companies have fully completed their GDPR implementations

Key findings from a survey conducted by Dimensional Research highlight that only 20% of companies surveyed believe they are GDPR compliant, while 53% are in the implementation phase and 27% have not yet started their implementation. EU (excluding UK) companies are further along, with 27% reporting they are compliant, versus 12% in the U.S. and 21% in the UK. While ... Read More »

Containers or virtual machines: Which is more secure? The answer will surprise you

Are virtual machines (VM) more secure than containers? You may think you know the answer, but IBM Research has found containers can be as secure, or more secure, than VMs. James Bottomley, an IBM Research Distinguished Engineer and top Linux kernel developer, writes: “One of the biggest problems with the current debate about Container vs Hypervisor security is that no-one ... Read More »

Researchers Mount Successful GPS Spoofing Attack Against Road Navigation Systems

Academics say they’ve mounted a successful GPS spoofing attack against road navigation systems that can trick humans into driving to incorrect locations. The research is of note because previous GPS spoofing attacks have been unable to trick humans, who, in past experiments, often received malicious driving instructions that didn’t make sense or were not in sync with the road infrastructure ... Read More »

UN agency tasks member states on greater attention to cyber security

Babcock International Model United Nations (BIMUN) has urged member states to pay more attention to cyber security and broaden its definition beyond hacking to enhance implementation of broader solutions. It stated this at the simulation of the UN General Assembly First Committee on Disarmament and International Security (DISEC), during the second BIMUN conference, organised by Babcock University, Ilishan Ogun State, ... Read More »

Kapersky Report: $10 Million in Ether Stolen Through Phishing Last Year

A new report from Kapersky Labs claims that cybercriminals are turning to cryptocurrency as a domain for scams and frauds. The schemes target ICO investors, who are perhaps vulnerable as they are seeking to invest money to begin with. “Kaspersky Lab experts have exposed a relatively new fraudulent trend: the development of cryptocurrency is not only attracting investors, but also cyber-criminals seeking ... Read More »

Crypto-mining Malware Doubles from Last Year

The number of global organizations affected by crypto-mining malware more than doubled from the second half of 2017 to the first six months of this year, according to new data from Check Point. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Infosecurity Magazine Read More »