Britain and Israel to sign trade and defence deal
Britain and Israel will sign a 10-year trade and defence pact in London on Monday, promising cooperation on issues such as cybersecurity and a joint commitment to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.
As buyer's remorse begins to stalk even ardent Brexiters, they can no longer indulge in fantasy | Will Hutton
rexit isn't working. We were sold a false prospectus. Businesses, especially small and medium-size ones, are reeling.
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Analysis | Why China and U.S. Are Clashing Over Stock Listings
Chinese companies in need of capital have long headed to the U.S. stock market to tap deep-pocketed investors, raising more than $100 billion in first-time share sales over the past two decades.
Federal agencies issue cybersecurity warning ahead of Thanksgiving
Two federal agencies warned Americans to "remain vigilant" about their online security during the long Thanksgiving weekend after a year full of high-profile hacks.
iPhone trick that keeps your passwords safe has just been shut down
Firefox, one of the world's most popular web browsers, has announced that it will end support for its password manager app next month.
The Government Is Not Immune to Account-Takeover Fraud, and That Could Be Trouble for You and Me
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Government agencies (and their customers) aren't immune to cyber-attacks.
3 Key Questions for CISOs on the Wave of Historic Industrial Cybersecurity Legislation | SecurityWeek.Com
The last 18 months have been nothing short of historic for critical infrastructure companies. First, came a series of dramatic developments that highlighted the risks to industrial environments:
Attackers Actively Target Windows Installer Zero-Day
Researcher discovered a more powerful variant of an elevation-of-privilege flaw for which Microsoft released a botched patch earlier this month.
Apple sues Israeli NSO Group over spyware use
Apple filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the Israeli cyber intelligence companies NSO Group and its parent company to "hold it accountable for the surveillance and targeting of Apple users," the company announced.