Cybersecurity in Trumpville: the facts so far (and a few predictions…)

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Just a few hours after Donald Trump declared victory in the US election last week, reports of a cyber attack targeting government workers, universities, think tanks and NGOs made headlines.

The attack arrived in the form of a phishing email, designed to fool the recipients into believing it was pertinent election-related information.

While there is nothing new in cybercriminals taking advantage of world events to snag a few more ...

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NYDFS propose new cybersecurity regulations, effective Jan 1 2017. Here’s what you need to know

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Last month, the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) put forward a proposed regulation designed to impose new rigorous cybersecurity requirements on banks, consumer lenders, money transmitters, insurance companies as well as some financial service providers in New York State.

The State has indicated that securing both New York’s financial services firms and its consumers is the main priority. The aim is to lower the risk posture in light of ...

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