Open banking fails to get consumer buy in

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An initiative designed to open up banking, mainly to third-party fintech providers, and expand consumer choice seems so far to have failed to gain widespread trust

Calculating the cost of cyber-risk

Computers affected my Petya virus

The role of cyber-risk insurance is a complex issue for insurers and remains largely misunderstood by businesses that could benefit from cover

What CFOs need to know about cyberscams

Digital money is at risk from hackers who breach businesses’ security and pull off a cyberheist through trickery and deceit

Protecting energy networks from cyberattacks

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In an age of digital connectivity, energy networks are increasingly vulnerable to crippling cyberattacks by criminals, rogue hackers or hostile states

Five worrying cyberthreats to connected tech

As connected technology develops, potential threats to cybersecurity multiply. Here are five major areas of concern

Hackers are after processing power to get valuable bitcoins

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Organisations with big computer processing power are now the target of cybercrooks with malware designed to “mine” for bitcoins

Five ways quantum computing will change cybersecurity forever

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A new generation of quantum computing has the potential to transform cybersecurity. Still years away from the mainstream, quantum power is nevertheless a reality, a certainty and an inevitability

In a risky world, insurers are granted a direct line to the boardroom

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AI and cybersecurity among areas in which industry’s know-how counts