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Marriott International Hotel group has become the second firm to face a GDPR fine as the UK regulator continues to bear down on companies that fail to protect data. The... more
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Researchers at the premier dark web data intelligence company, Terbium Labs, have released the findings of new research that examines the deeply intertwined nature of payment card fraud and transnational crime. Results... more
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As powerful cross industry groups piled on the pressure, the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published its response to the European Banking Authority’s Opinion on Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) under... more
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With Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) coming into force on 14 September 2019 as the final part of PSD2, many online businesses are required to add additional security measures to large... more
While Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) application usage is proliferating, and workloads are increasingly migrating to Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) like AWS and Azure, on-premises applications, storage, and private clouds persist. The... more
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