Carnegie Mellon University Awarded DHS Grant to Develop Cyber Data & Analysis Platforms

Carnegie Mellon University has secured a $206,062 grant from the Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate to build data and analysis platforms that can help cybersecurity researchers understand and mitigate cyber attacks. DHS said Monday the grant was awarded through the….

One of the world’s biggest bitcoin exchanges has been hacked

One of the largest bitcoin exchanges in the world has been hacked and 30,000 customers’ data has been compromised, according to a report from Yonhap News . Bithumb is based in South Korea, and the country’s internet watchdog Internet & Security Agency is investigating after some customers say they lost money in the attack.

CDN: An Essential Tool For Seamless Content Delivery

In an exclusive interaction with CXOToday, Ersin Galioglu, VP of Strategic Initiatives, Limelight Networks, talks about the trends and adoption of CDNs, and the way ahead

Are mobile app downloads putting businesses at risk?

Originally written by Nick Ismail on Information Age There is no lack of data supporting the continuing rise in mobile apps and the app stores that house them. The five leading app stores alone have over 6.5 million apps. Worryingly, this proliferation of inventory across app stores has been….

Largest Cryptocurrency Exchange Hacked! Over $1 Million Worth Bitcoin and Ether Stolen

One of the world’s largest Bitcoin and Ether cryptocurrencies exchanges Bithumb has recently been hacked, resulting in loss of more than $1 Million in cryptocurrencies after a number of its user accounts compromised. Bithumb is South Korea’s largest cryptocurrency exchange with 20% of global ether….

Influencer marketing: Legislation, regulation and standards

As businesses tune in to the opportunities presented by social media for marketing and brand promotion, evolving business models are creating new challenges and risks. But what is the legal position of online influencers and the companies that are hiring them?

SMEs more ‘afraid’ of cybercrime than Brexit

Originally written by Nick Ismail on Information Age Britain’s SMEs are shifting the billions spent each year on hiring traditional experts, such as legal and procurement consultants, to leverage the skills required to survive in an increasingly digital world, including those for cyber security and new payments technology.