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UK's Rishi Sunak says 'golden era' with China over UK's Rishi Sunak says 'golden era' with China over 11/28/2022 05:48pm • LONDON (AP) British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak declared Monday that the U.K.'s golden era of ties with China was over in his first major speech on foreign policy, describing China's growing authoritarianism as a systemic challenge to our values and interests." But Sunak stopped short of IRS contractor gets more scrutiny in congressional report IRS contractor gets more scrutiny in congressional report 11/17/2022 12:41pm • WASHINGTON (AP) House investigators reported Thursday that a federal contractor that provided identity verification services for the Internal Revenue Service exaggerated the amount of money being lost to pandemic fraud in an apparent attempt to increase demand for its product and that it also ov How Advisors Can Keep Clients and Client Data Safe Online 08/29/2022 08:00pm • With the anonymous and remote nature of the crime, cyberattacks are an increasing problem for financial advisors. In 2021, there were more than 300 million victims of cyberattacks, according to research by Harris Poll. It's no surprise that the study also showed that nearly 80% of internet users are 'China threat' emerges in elections from UK to Australia 'China threat' emerges in elections from UK to Australia 08/14/2022 12:23pm • LONDON (AP) It's not just the economy. While inflation and recession fears weigh heavily on the minds of voters, another issue is popping up in political campaigns from the U.K. and Australia to the U.S. and beyond: the China threat." The two finalists vying to become Britain's next prime min Kavanaugh incident could lead to more security for judges Kavanaugh incident could lead to more security for judges 06/11/2022 08:18am • WASHINGTON (AP) A man armed with a machete once broke into Stephen Breyer's vacation home in the Caribbean and took $1,000. Ruth Bader Ginsburg had her purse snatched on a Washington street. David Souter was assaulted by several men while he was jogging. Supreme Court justices have not been immu 4 ways to protect your small business from cyberattacks 4 ways to protect your small business from cyberattacks 05/12/2022 07:27am • Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, small businesses have quickly adopted remote working and transitioned to new technologies, such as contactless payments and online ordering. Unfortunately, these adjustments have come with increased risks. According to a 2022 report from Barracuda, a clo House panels probe gov't use of facial recognition software House panels probe gov't use of facial recognition software 04/14/2022 02:13pm • WASHINGTON (AP) Two House committees have launched an investigation into the government's use of facial recognition software that was most recently used by the Internal Revenue Service, but stopped after complaints from lawmakers and privacy advocates. Critics of the software said facial recogn With war next door, EU is warned on cybersecurity gaps 03/29/2022 11:37am • BRUSSELS (AP) As Russias invasion of Ukraine accelerates European Union defense cooperation, a watchdog said Tuesday that EU institutions face vulnerabilities on another front: cybersecurity. The warning by the European Court of Auditors covers the wide range of EU bodies from the executi Reston cyber company Mandiant reaches $5.4B deal to sell to Google 03/08/2022 07:39am • Reston cybersecurity company Mandiant Inc. (NASDAQ: MNDT) said early Tuesday it has reached a deal to sell to Google LLC for $23 per share in an all-cash deal valued at $5.4 billion. The buy represents the second-largest deal in Googles history after its 2012 purchase of Motorola Mobility for $ IRS to end use of facial recognition to identify taxpayers IRS to end use of facial recognition to identify taxpayers 02/07/2022 03:15pm • WASHINGTON (AP) The IRS said Monday it will suspend the use of facial recognition technology to authenticate people who create online accounts after the practice was criticized by privacy advocates and lawmakers. The agency said it would no longer use a third-party service, called ID.me, for fac Canada investigating cyberattack amid tensions with Russia 01/25/2022 09:45pm • TORONTO (AP) An attack on the computer systems of Canadas Global Affairs Department last week has kept at least some diplomats without access to some online functions, the government's Treasury Board said. The board said Tuesday that access to a very limited number of internet-based servic World Economic Forum warns cyber risks add to climate threat World Economic Forum warns cyber risks add to climate threat 01/11/2022 09:22am • LONDON (AP) Cyberthreats and the growing space race are emerging risks to the global economy, adding to existing challenges posed by climate change and the coronavirus pandemic, the World Economic Forum said in a report Tuesday. The Global Risks Report is usually released ahead of the annual el Pentagon: few changes to U.S. overseas military 'footprint' Pentagon: few changes to U.S. overseas military 'footprint' 11/29/2021 05:55pm • WASHINGTON (AP) After months of study, the Pentagon has decided no immediate major changes are needed in the global positioning of U.S. forces, although it will further analyze force needs in the Middle East and make refinements in Asia and the Pacific, officials said Monday. The outcome of the Missouri governor urged to appoint cybersecurity panel Missouri governor urged to appoint cybersecurity panel 10/15/2021 02:32pm • Three months after creation of a commission to identify cybersecurity risks in state government, Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has yet to appoint any members. A state lawmaker said Friday that vulnerabilities exposed on a state website prove the need for just such a panel of experts. Democratic state Re EU, Ukraine to discuss military training and cyberthreats EU, Ukraine to discuss military training and cyberthreats 10/11/2021 10:44am • BRUSSELS (AP) The European Union is considering providing a military training mission to Ukraine amid lingering tensions between Russia and its neighbor, officials said Monday. Acting on a request from Ukraine for help with professional military education," the EU sent a fact-finding mission
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