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iProov tripled its revenues and there were multiple days in 2021 where they processed more than 1 million verifications, illustrating the strong growth they have achieved.
Under the terms of the plan, the new Ram ProMaster Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) will be available to Amazon in 2023, which will improve the sustainable delivery network of Amazon. The online giant will also be the first commercial customer of this vehicle.
The Flubot banking malware is pushed on through text messages sent from compromised devices, with hundreds of thousands of texts being reportedly sent.
In a bid to increase cooperation and collaboration, a major digital agreement has been signed by the UK and Singapore.
Vestas, was recently the victim of a ransomware cyberattack that saw personal data being made public.
A new survey from IT firm Paradyn found that 91% of IT leaders believe the Irish national cybersecurity strategy is not appropriate for the current threat environment. The vast majority of 105 IT decision makers who responded to the survey reported that the recent high-profile cyber attack on the Irish health system, HSE, is partly… Read More
Set to be published later this year, the next version of the UK’s National Cyber Security Strategy is expected to build on success over the past five years. According to Tracy Buckingham, deputy director of security and cyber security exports at the Department of International Trade, there are three core tenants of this future-forward strategy. Placing the UK at… Read More
A new report published by security solutions provider Barracuda finds that 87% of Indian companies have fallen victim to cyber security attacks in the past year. The shift to home-working contributed to this high figure, as the report also found those firms that were predominately home-working had higher rates of security breaches. “While organisations are… Read More
Cyberattacks have surged since the beginning of the pandemic in Australia, according to new statistics from the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC).
As part of the settlement, Zoom has agreed to introduce new security measures, such as alerting users when third-party apps are used in meetings and offering training to employees on privacy and data handling.
The £1 billion scheme will include UK Cyber Central and its Innovation Zone, which will enable cutting-edge start-ups to grow as part of one of the largest cyber focused developments in the world today.
The May 2021 Executive Order requires that major cybersecurity attacks must be examined by a Cybersecurity Safety Review Board, which will create an incident report.