WorldRemit and dozens of other fintechs are powering economic activity in the UK as we come out of the pandemic. Today’s columnist, Ed Carr of BeecherMadden, says with the fintechs and law firms leading the way coupled with concerns over high-profile hacks like SolarWinds, hiring for cyber professionals will remain strong for the rest of 2021.
The Cuba ransomware gang launched assaults in February on a payment processor widely used by many state and municipal agencies across the United States to manage utility bills and driver’s license data.
Security researchers are warning that the once-dormant Bandook malware family is back and could possibly be part of a broader operation selling offensive hacking tools to governments and cybercriminal groups.
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As it turns out, websites and apps have experienced this commonplace problem for years, and companies could find themselves in violation of data security standards if users' information were to be exposed.
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Colleges and universities around the country face a daunting conundrum as the pandemic continues to make planning an impossible task. There’s no consensus on how to reopen, and each school must create its own rules, all subject to change by the minute. The fall semester will start soon and decisions on how to return are…