India's finance minister Arun Jaitley announced plans to form a separate computer emergency response team, CERT-Fin, for the financial sector, in his union budget speech to the Indian parliament - a move that has drawn a mixed response from security experts
FS-ISAC is collaborating with the Monetary Authority of Singapore to establish the Asia Pacific Regional Intelligence and Analysis Center to encourage regional sharing and analysis of cybersecurity information within the financial services sector. Security experts weigh in on the value of the initiative.
Three Eastern European men have been sentenced to five years in prison for their roles in helping a criminal gang steal $2.7 million from First Commercial Bank ATMs in Taiwan. Europol says two others involved in the thefts have been arrested in cooperation with Belarus and Romanian authorities.
President Trump is reportedly preparing to issue an executive order calling for a review of the nation's cybersecurity capabilities and vulnerabilities. The pending report outlines a series of steps to be taken within 60 days of the signing of the order.
Russian authorities have reportedly arrested a top computer security official at the Federal Security Service as well as a head Kaspersky Lab investigator on treason charges, alleging that they received money from "foreign organizations."
Microsoft does not have to turn over emails stored outside the U.S. to federal authorities investigating a crime, an appeals court has affirmed. The closely watched case, which explored the territorial boundaries of U.S. law in the cloud computing age, could end up at the Supreme Court.
Yahoo's sale to Verizon will be delayed as the company continues to investigate two massive data breaches. But the search giant reported better-than-expected financial results and signaled that the Verizon deal is proceeding, which will likely calm investors.
Australia's federal government is planning to brief the country's political parties next month on cybersecurity threats, a move fueled by worries its electoral process could be targeted by a foreign power.
U.S. authorities are reportedly investigating whether Yahoo should have notified investors faster about two separate data breaches that it suffered in 2013 and 2014. Until last year, one breach remained undetected and the full severity of the other was not understood.
The many companies in the Middle East that do business in Europe - and handle Europeans' data - now must comply with the European Union's new General Data Protection Regulation. And some security experts say that could lead to a boost in data security practices in the region.
Two Florida men have pleaded guilty to helping operate an unlicensed bitcoin exchange, Coin.mx, as a result of a wide-ranging government investigation into a massive scheme that involved hacking into multiple financial institutions, including JPMorgan Chase.
President Barack Obama has shortened the sentence of U.S. Army leaker Chelsea Manning, who passed classified documents to WikiLeaks. The move comes as the government grapples with the nuances of data leaks.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has published its initial draft of its first revision to its cybersecurity framework, which is designed to help critical infrastructure operators and other organizations safeguard their digital assets.