Posts Tagged ‘Cyberthreats’

Cyberthreat, LIBOR transition hearings scheduled this week

Cyberthreat, LIBOR transition hearings scheduled this week

CUNA will be engaged with several hearings on Capitol Hill this week, including ones related to the consumer data-related cyberthreats. The House is expected to release the complete text of its reconciliation bill around mid-week, [...]

Five summer 2016 security threats

Five summer 2016 security threats

Cyberthreats do not take a summer break. With understaffed offices and more unsuspecting victims working from remote locations, the risk of data breach incidents, ransomware attacks and virus infiltration is likely to increase. Cybercrime is [...]

Cyberthreat info-sharing bill passes Senate 74-21

The U.S. Senate passed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) Tuesday afternoon by a vote of 74-21. The bill will now go into conference committee with the House. Three amendments to the bill that [...]

Behavior biometrics a popular defense against cyberthreats

Behavior biometrics a popular defense against cyberthreats

by: Becca Lipman At Finovate this week, BioCatch, a firm specializing in capturing and analyzing cognitive biometrics, demonstrated a new trend in mobile security. This concept has been rapidly adopted and wildly effective among major [...]

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