Tagged: cybercrime

Group-IP Says $882 Million Pilfered from Crypto Exchanges, North Korean Hackers Take Gold Medal in Crypto Theft

Group-IB, a company that provides computer forensics and cybersecurity services large international companies, published a report last week the put a number to the frequent cryptocurrency exchange hacks that seem to happen on a weekly basis.  According to Group-IB, attacks during 2017 and through Q3… Read More

Crypto Mining Malware Attacks Escalating, UK Poll Finds

IT directors at 750 companies with 250 or more employees in the UK are reporting a steady increase in attempted “crypto-jacking” attacks on enterprise computer systems, with 30% of all companies reporting attacks in May, the month the survey was conducted. The findings were determined… Read More

Fiserv Forms Strategic Partnership With BlueVoyant to Fight Against Cybercrime

Fiserv, Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV), a global provider of financial services technology solutions, announced on Monday it has formed a strategic partnership with  BlueVoyant, a next-generation cybersecurity company, to deliver a comprehensive managed security platform that specifically addresses the unique needs of financial institutions – from threat detection, response… Read More

ThetaRay Raises $30 Million in Oversubscribed Round Backed by OurCrowd

ThetaRay, an AI and big data analytics in the cyber crime prevention space, has closed on a funding round of $30 million. The round was said to be “significantly oversubscribed” with investors like Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), GE, Bank Hapoalim, SVB Investments, OurCrowd,  and others joining… Read More

FCA Competition Director Chris Woolard Addresses Financial Crime & Virtual Currencies

Christopher Woolard, Executive Director of Strategy and Competition at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), delivered a speech today on the hot topic of cybersecurity, crime and financial services. Delivered at a “TechSprint” in London, Woolard said it was time to bring regulators and tech specialists… Read More

Brit Hacker Convicted; $700 000 of Bitcoin Seized as Proceeds of Cybercrime

In what is being lauded as Scotland Yard’s first successful prosecution of cybercrime, a British hacker has been convicted of multiple charges related to the theft of millions of people’s personal data. Grant West, 26, was arrested in the first class section of a passenger… Read More

UK: Risk of Using Cryptocurrencies in Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing Said to be Low but Expected to Grow

“Cybercrime as a Service” is a Growing Problem In the UK, HM Treasury and the Home Office have published a report on money laundering and terrorist financing. As one of the largest economies in the world that is based on global trade and quite open… Read More

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