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Facebook Says It Won’t Launch Crypto in India Due to Regulatory Issues

Facebook has said that current regulatory restrictions mean it won’t be launching its digital wallet service and cryptocurrency in India. Speaking to local daily news source The Economic Times , a...
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GE Says Anesthesia Machine Vulnerability Poses No Risk to Patients

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Researchers have discovered a vulnerability that can be used to hack some of GE Healthcare’s hospital anesthesia devices, but the vendor says it does not pose a direct risk to patients....
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Singapore’s Stock Exchange Backs New Ethereum Security Token Platform

A new trading platform for security tokens has launched with backing from Singapore Exchange (SGX), the country’s public stock market, and technical support from ethereum startup ConsenSys. The 1X platform has...
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Marriott Faces $123 Million Fine in UK for Data Breach

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Marriott says it will fight a $123 million U.K. government fine related to its massive data breach. Marriott has the right to respond to the proposed fine before a final determination...
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Lightico raises $14.5m to take on DocuSign

Lightico, a startup that helps firms - including banks - collect things like forms, signatures, documents and payments from customers digitally, has raised $14.5 million in a Series A funding...
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Citi Ventures invests in Car IQ

Citi Ventures has joined a $5 million funding round in vehicle payment technology startup Car IQ. Founded in 2016, Car IQ is developing a payment gateway that will enable vehicles...
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In the Detection and Response Era, a Unified SOC is the Path to Success

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This may be cheesy, and half of you reading this may not have been alive at the time to remember, but President Ronald Reagan’s appeal more than 30 years ago to...
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Two Windows Privilege Escalation Vulnerabilities Exploited in Attacks

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Microsoft’s July 2019 Patch Tuesday updates fix nearly 80 vulnerabilities, including two Windows zero-day flaws and six issues whose details were previously made public. One of the zero-day vulnerabilities is CVE-2019-0880...
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Vulnerability Gives Attackers Remote Access to Zoom Users’ Cameras

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A vulnerability in the Zoom Client for Mac allows a remote attacker to force a user into joining a video call with the video camera active, a security researcher has discovered. ...
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Chime restores service after customers report mobile banking disruptions

July 9, 2019 (Updated at 4:43 p.m. EDT) Chime said it had resolved series of outages that left customers unable to use their mobile banking app since Monday. The San Francisco-based digital bank...
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Uberization in the payments world

Dr. Thomas L. Hager - VP Banking&FM Europe, IBM and Rajesh Venkatraman - Global Head, IBM Payment Solutions, speak at EBADay 2019 in Stockholm about Uberization of commerce and its...
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Are you complying with AML regulations after recent bureau du change raids?

Last week saw the latest crackdown by UK police on potential money laundering operations, concentrating their efforts on a series of raids on bureau de change, in an effort to identify...
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UK Spy Agency Decrypts Some Secrets With New Exhibition

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Historic gadgets used by British spies will be revealed for the first time later this week, as one of the country's intelligence agencies steps out the shadows to mark its centenary...
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Wex expands DriverDash mobile payment platform to thousands of Shell gas stations

Wex expands DriverDash mobile payment platform to thousands of Shell gas stations
July 9, 2019 Customer using DriverDash mobile app to pay for fuel Wex Inc. entered an agreement with Shell Oil Co. to make its Wex Fleet DriverDash mobile fuel payment platform...
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Adobe Fixes Low Priority Flaws With July 2019 Patch Tuesday Updates

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Adobe’s Patch Tuesday updates for July 2019 address vulnerabilities in the company’s Bridge CC, Experience Manager and Dreamweaver products, but none of the security holes appear serious. The latest update for...
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Malware Isolation Firm Menlo Security Raises $75 Million

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Menlo Security, a provider of zero-trust internet isolation services, has raised $75 million in a Series D funding round led by clients advised by JP Morgan Asset Management. Existing investors, including...
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Fileless Attack Attempts to Run Astaroth Backdoor Directly in Memory

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Microsoft says it recently detected and stopped a fileless campaign looking to deliver the Astaroth Trojan to unsuspecting victims.  The malware has been around for a couple of years and is...
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FitPay, CPI Card Group enter deal for integrated contactless payment device

FitPay, CPI Card Group enter deal for integrated contactless payment device
July 9, 2019 Photo courtesy of FitPay CPI Card Group Inc. said it entered an agreement with FitPay to combine its Adaptives embedded contactless technology with FitPay's contactless payment device, called...
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BianLian Banking Trojan Adds Screen Recorder

Researchers have discovered a new version of the Android banking trojan BianLian that introduces the ability to record device screens and set of proxies. Named after the Chinese art of “face-changing,”...
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Cyber Spies Take A Step Out Of The Shadows With History Of Codebreaking


Britain's ultra-secretive GCHQ opens up to let startups join fight against cyberattackers The secret to being a great spy agency in the 21st century: Incubating startups. Traditionally secretive government intelligence services...
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