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Human rights, cyber security to be part of Canada-China free trade consultations

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The federal government wants Canadians to air their concerns about China’s human rights record as part of broad consultations on a possible free trade deal. Business leaders are also being asked to weigh in on a major cybersecurity issue: how …

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Ticketmaster exec accused of hacking trade secrets

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Ticketmaster exec accused of hacking trade secrets

An executive at online ticket seller Ticketmaster has been accused of hacking computers and appropriating trade secrets by a rival. On February 16, Songkick filed an amended complaint at the US District Court for the Central District of California, Western …

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Las Pinas hacker nabbed for credit card fraud, link to drug trade

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has arrested a self-proclaimed international hacker for credit card fraud and his involvement in illegal drugs trade in Las Piñas. NBI’s Anti-Illegal Drugs Division (NBI-AIDD) nabbed Edgar D. Silvano Jr. alias Boy Tattoo last Wednesday in a raid conducted at Unit 404 Hanalie Building Ohana Place Residence, Barangay Almanza […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Cutting crime: How a secure electronic trade platform mitigates financial risk

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Manipulation and risk in global trade is by no means a new phenomenon. However, in recent years, the threat it presents to organisations carrying out legitimate transactions has seen it rise up the boardroom agenda and become a talking point at virtually every industry conference where international banks are present. In particular, banks and regulatory authorities are looking for ways to reduce exposure to risk, including better reporting on transactions that are subject to letters of indemnity (LOIs). The challenge they face comes in ensuring that all the proper checks are carried out in accordance with regulation, without slowing down or disrupting key transactions and processes. In 2013, a thematic review by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) into the control of financial crime risks in trade finance highlighted concern for processes both in the UK and internationally. One important area related to the authenticity and originality of the key documents needed to conduct transactions. In this respect, replacing paper-based processes with digitised documents offers real value. Specifically, if a bank or other trading counterparties switch from sending key documents manually to using an electronic process (i.e. over a multi-party trade finance platform), there is far less risk of these documents […]

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Cyber Crime and Trade Secret ProtectionNational Cyber Security

nationalcybersecurity.com – Like almost every other kind of economic activity, theft of intellectual property is increasingly moving to the digital domain. The indictment by the Justice Department this spring of five members …

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Cyber Crime and Trade Secret Protection

Cyber Crime and Trade Secret Protection

Like almost every other kind of economic activity, theft of intellectual property is increasingly moving to the digital domain. The indictment by the Justice Department this spring of five members of China’s military for economic espionage through sophisticated computer hacking […]

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Chinese Hacker Cabals Attempt Theft of Trade Secrets National Cyber Security

nationalcybersecurity.com – According to FireEye the security company, a dual spying operation is going on by Chinese hackers who seek to steal trade secrets that countries in the neighborhood maintain. Of these two hackers’ …

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Chinese Hacker Cabals Attempt Theft of Trade Secrets

Chinese Hacker Cabals Attempt Theft of Trade Secrets

According to FireEye the security company, a dual spying operation is going on by Chinese hackers who seek to steal trade secrets that countries in the neighborhood maintain. Of these two hackers’ cabals, one is called Moafee which spies on […]

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Chinese military hackers steal U.S. corporate trade secrets

In May, a grand jury in the Western District of Pennsylvania indicted five members of the Chinese military on charges of hacking and economic espionage, according to a May 19 U.S. Department of Justice media release. Per the same release, […]

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Russian Windows leaker denies link to ex-Microsoft worker who stole trade secretsNational Cyber Security

nationalcybersecurity.com – Notorious Russian leaker Wzor denied any link between the publication of internal Microsoft info and a former employee who stole trade secrets. View full post on Computerworld Cybercrime and Hackin…

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