GDPR

What California’s Consumer Privacy Act Means for Your Organization

Following the implementation of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) earlier this year, privacy and security regulations are taking the worldby storm. The California Consumer Privacy Act, petitioned and signed June 2018, will be put into effect on January 1, 2020. Despite its smaller geographical scope, the law will have significant effec

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cyber security

Reducing Risks in Financial Transactions with SWIFT Sanctions Screening

The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT) offers a messaging service which allows financial institutions around the world to send and receive information and instructions about financial transactions securely.

Over the years, financial institutions have faced threats to security. In 2016, for instan

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WCG

Meeting GDPR Requirements

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation’s (GDPR) came into effect on 25 May 2018. The GDPR law has triggered several immediate changes. The new regulation safeguards security and privacy rights for users. GDPR has forced companies to change their practices on data gathering and processing in many ways.

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Risk Management Consulting Services

Keeping Applications Secure from Malware

Application security needs more attention as there is an increasing usage of applicationson smart devices. While security has seen improvements over the years, applications still have vulnerabilities that can expose them to spyware, keyloggers, viruses, worms, and other harmful scripts.

The problem comes from application-layer di

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Cyber Security

Combat Cybercrime in Your Business

Conducting business online opens several opportunities but also poses risks. Earlier this year, hundreds of companies had data breaches, exposing sensitive information of clients and employees.

Klook, a phone application that does millions of bookings every month, announced on the 29th of June that around 8% of their users’ inf

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