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  • [New] With the new Infrastructure Bill set to pass in the US Congress, an influx of money will enable organizations to strengthen, upgrade, and future-proof cybersecurity, whilst in Europe, ENISA has published guidelines for securing IoT. Bright Talk
  • [New] Working with teams around the world, Epiverse will create an open digital infrastructure and software tools enabling privacy-preserving analysis of data, including health data, privately available health systems data, and commercial data for pandemic response. data.org
  • [New] While North America is anticipated to retain its majority share of the AI cybersecurity market, it's important to note that the Asia Pacific region is expected to become the fastest-growing region between 2019 and 2026. Datamation
  • [New] Regulators will need persuading - Italy's privacy watchdog wants clarity on Facebook's protections for strangers caught in-shot. Reuters
  • [New] Cybersecurity Ventures plans to release additional market data on cybersecurity investments by tech giants, as well as government cybersecurity budgets globally, all of which falls under its total global cybersecurity spending prediction for the 2021 to 2025 period. Cybercrime Magazine
  • [New] The imperative to protect mission-critical digital investments will help drive double-digital annual growth in cybersecurity spend for years to come, with Cybersecurity Ventures predicting that 2021's $262.4 billion in expenditures will grow to $458.9 billion in 2025. Cybercrime Magazine
  • [New] Apple could achieve security and privacy on iOS without controlling the exclusive way to distribute apps. The Verge
  • [New] In today's world, cybersecurity and ransomware vulnerabilities plague many information systems, and create problems for AI algorithms. Brookings
  • [New] The mix of cybersecurity spending is likely to continue changing over time as new threats and shifting defences drive the cybersecurity market of 2025 to look very different than it does now. Cybercrime Magazine
  • [New] Fully 18% of 500 CEOs surveyed by KPMG in 2021 said cybersecurity risk would be the greatest threat to their organization's growth over the coming three years. Cybercrime Magazine
  • [New] The imperative to protect increasingly digitized businesses, Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and consumers from cybercrime will propel global spending on cybersecurity products and services to $1.75 trillion cumulatively for the five-year period from 2021 to 2025. Cybercrime Magazine
  • [New] While the Taliban provides no immediate cybersecurity threat, there is ample potential for it to develop into a major threat on a par with North Korea over the next three to five years. Security Week
  • [New] Global spending on cybersecurity products and services is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 7.7 -14.5% between 2020 and 2026. Why investors should care about cybersecurity
  • [New] The Biden Administration is calling on organizations across private and public sectors to assist in an initiative to reduce security risks by helping to develop more cybersecurity talent. fortinet
  • [New] As digital transformation continues to accelerate, organizations have reached an inflection point in how they approach cybersecurity, recognizing the paramount importance of threat preparedness. Help Net Security
  • [New] A swathe of Australian businesses could soon be uninsurable for cybersecurity risks because too many company directors believe simply having cyber insurance is sufficient. SmartCompany
  • [New] The world's largest banks, processors, and retailers trust Feedzai to protect trillions of dollars, manage risk, and improve customer experiences - all without compromising privacy. Feedzai
  • When South Korea passed its updated Telecommunications Business Act banning Apple from requiring in-app purchases, Apple said that it would put users at risk of fraud and undermine privacy protections. MacRumors.com
  • More privacy protections are needed than in past decades as technological innovations magnify the threat of people being identified through their census answers, which are confidential by law. ABC News
  • IBM is launching a new tiered Power Expert Care service to help clients as they protect their systems against the latest cybersecurity threats while also providing hardware and software coherence and higher systems availability. Geeky gadgets
  • The National Cyber and Crypto Agency, it says, is only authorized to implement cybersecurity technical policies and is not responsible for recovering and managing cybersecurity risks for electronic systems. russian-pleads-guilty-to-running-cybercrime-forum-a-15844?&&
  • The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency this week added single-factor authentication to a very short list of exceptionally risky cybersecurity practices that could lead threat actors to target government organizations and the private sector entities. E Hacking News - Latest Hacker News and IT Security News

Last updated: 19 September 2021


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