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International Finance

Tag : cybercrime

July - August 2018 Magazine Opinion

Are we giving consent to use our data too freely?

International Finance
With GDPR being implemented across the EU, the crucial question is how we consent to personal data usage. Charlie Tuxworth, director of software and innovation at digital solutions provider Equiniti explains the necessity for data integrity and protection in business based on user consent and withdrawal of consent...
Technology

The Economic Impact of Cybercrime: McAfee report

International Finance Desk
The report found high correlation between third-tier wealthy nations and cybercrime loss of US$600bn in 2017—a serious rise from three years ago...
Banking

Bank robberies down, attacks on ATMs up

But, the greater threat is posed by developments in technology Peter Taberner March 2, 2015: Research by the European Banking Federation (EBF) has revealed that there continues to be a decline in bank robberies. According to the 22nd edition of their bank robberies report, there were 2,347 heists in 2013. These took place in the...
Fintech

Cyber Crime and Security – An ongoing battle

Cybercrime can no longer be dismissed as the remit of the ‘young geek in the garage’ Liz Field February 2, 2015: The opportunities and threats represented by technology are something ever present in our daily lives and no less a cause for thoughtful consideration and handling in the wealth management industry, where it can be...