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IST to release its "Combating Ransomware" Framework for action

The Institute for Security and Technology has released a comprehensive framework for action containing key recommendations from its Ransomware Task Force

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China reports that 33 mobile apps are not complying with data privacy regulations

Thirty-three mobile apps have collected data without consent, breaking data privacy rules, says the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC). Maps, instant messaging companies and others have been given 10 days to comply with the law or face a fine.

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Privacy considerations between EU and US

According to Euractiv, the United States and European Union have historically adopted different approaches to privacy issues. Experts foresee a clash between the two major actors in the near future.

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INTERPOL has launched a project aimed to combat COVID-19 surge in digital piracy

As digital piracy has been increasing by more than 60% in the previous year, INTERPOL, aided by Korea, founded the five-year INTERPOL Stop Online Piracy (I-SOP) initiative. The project will, inter alia, tackle online piracy, crimes of intellectual property rights infringement.

Read the INTERPOL Statement here
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Israeli SMEs are now the target of Iran Cyber Attacks

Israeli small and medium-sized enterprises, such as the supply chain companies VERITAS Logistics Company, are targeted by Iranian Cyber Attacks. Whilst the details remain unkown, it is thought the cyberattacks resemble a ransomware attack, as cybercriminals have stolen large amount of data.

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