Security breaches at major organisations have become a regular occurrence, leading many to wonder whether lessons are being learned or applied. Improving cyber security is an opportunity for the chief financial officer to prove his or her worth.
Research from Duff & Phelps suggests that most will devote more time and resources over the next year in response to regulatory and investor pressure.
Cyber criminals are building “an army of things” that has the potential to impact the future of the digital economy, according to a ... read more
The two partners said they will deliver a blockchain-based digital identity network for consumers to strengthen privacy and security for consumers.
Internet-connected home devices are increasingly at risk from hackers and criminals, who can use them to launch distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks that take websites and services offline.
The European Union is expected to respond to the growing number of cyberattacks launched against banks by testing their defences.
Adopted last April, the General Date Protection Regulation is due to come into force across the European Union from May 25 2018.
For several years, corporate treasurers have increasingly voiced concerns over cybercrime and in the past year protecting connectivity and payments workflows has come to the fore.
Major technological developments over the past 12 months are setting the stage for huge expansion in 2017, claims the head of accounting software specialist Xero.
The audacious US$81m heist of Bangladesh’s central bank last February was a high-profile example of the increasing occurrence of cyberattacks on banks. How can the sector beef up its defences?