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Equifax’s failure to patch a known web application security flaw—that later proved to be the root cause of the its massive data breach in 2017—is $1.38 billion. Equifax has agreed... more
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Since 2015, annual AML (Anti Money Laundering) penalty figures have been steadily rising each year. Multi-million dollar fines have been commonplace for a while, but we are now seeing more... more
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A new academic study by GroundAI into online consent management platforms has concluded many of them are ignoring the EU’s GDPR rules. The study was conducted by a consortium of... more
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Firms need to take action now as new Fifth Money Laundering Directive rules aimed at tackling money-laundering came into force today (Friday 10 January). These place increased importance on the... more
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The cyber attack on foreign exchange provider Travelex demonstrates the growing threat of ransomware and is a warning that financial services firms need to step up their security, according to... more
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