#Cybercrime

Financial

Is the financial sector still on cybercriminals’ radars?

The New York Federal Reserve noted a report that financial firms experience cyberattacks 300 times more than other industries

US firm Resecurity opens new AI-driven R&D centre in Saudi Arabia

The new R&D centre in Riyadh will focus on security innovations for smart cities and cognitive surveillance technologies

Cybercrimes are inevitable, businesses must prepare

Cyber insurance is just as essential to a business as health insurance is to individuals and their families

Why cybersecurity is a matter of national security

It is time to stop relying on antiquated technologies designed to protect against threats from 20 years ago, and time to invest in cutting-edge prevention, detection and resilience solutions

Werno Gevers, Mimecast

Gitex Global: Interview with Werno Gevers, regional manager, Mimecast

Mimecast’s State of Email Security Report 2021 found that 45 per cent of organisations in the UAE reported an increase in the sophistication of incoming cyberattacks

Cybersecurity

How can cross-silo collaboration strengthen cybersecurity?

Amidst growing enterprise adoption of software-defined data centres and public and private cloud architecture, cross-silo collaboration is increasingly important

How technology can play a crucial role in mitigating financial crimes

While financial crimes may be complex and difficult to track, the Effiya Compliance suite ensures that risk assessment is conducted seamlessly, asserts Abhishek Gupta, managing director at Effiya Technologies

Cybercrime

The rising cost of cybercrime: Why businesses must invest in cybersecurity

Battling cybercrime is a multifront war, and modern-day DDoS attacks are complex, multi-vector, and dynamic

Cover story: Emirati lawyer Youssef Al-Bahar on the UAE taking the right stand

The UAE’s flexible and proactive legal system is helping the country tackle issues such as cybercrime while also keeping an eye on the future

Yousuf Mohammed Hassan Al Bahar

How the UAE is fighting cybercrime

While the usage of online payment solutions has risen, consumers must be aware of the risks and ensure they protect their data

Cybercrime worth $1.5 trillion a year: Thales report

Cybercrime now worth 2.8 times more than the illegal drugs trade