Subjects: Economy, Finance
Research update: RM3 – Curiosities of the wildest banking malware
Recently, our Research and Intelligence Fusion Team (RIFT) published research findings on RM3, an advanced variant of the banking malware family known as Gozi, and uncovered Oceania as the top target for threat actor groups.
Spotlight on the EU’s Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA)
The EU Commission is currently developing the Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) – new legislation aimed at financial entities at EU level. But what does it mean and what should businesses do now to prepare? Simon Fieldhouse, global managing director – Software Resilience at NCC Group, breaks this down in our latest ‘Spotlight on’ piece.
NatWest and NCC Group working together to support digital innovation in fintech
NCC Group and NatWest Ventures helping fintech businesses to innovate and grow with a responsible and sustainable approach to continuity and resilience
Deepfake attack threat during Covid-19
Paul Vlissidis highlights the risk of deepfakes to organisations as they work in unfamiliar ways and stresses the importance of education, awareness and process to avoid falling victim...
Insights paper: EU Financial Services Guidance for IT Outsourcing Regulation and Managing Third-Party Risk
To support EU financial services organisations on their journey to compliance we have compiled the key EU regulations around IT outsourcing, highlighting specific rules and guidance around business continuity and contingency planning for critical functions. In this paper, you’ll find NCC Group’s best practice advice and recommended solutions for managing third-party risk and ensuring compliance.
NCC Group plc Interim results for the six months ended 30 November 2019
Sales order momentum and continued growth during positive transformation; outlook remains unchanged NCC Group plc (LSE: NCC, “NCC Group” or “the Group”), an independent global cyber security and risk mitigation expert, reports its half year results for the six months to 30 November 2019 (“the half year”, “H1 2020”, “the period”).
Virtual Payment Cards, in scope or out-of-scope for PCI DSS?
With increased demand for virtual card capabilities from Australian businesses, merchants and service providers, we keep being asked by our customers whether virtual payment cards are subject to Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). If they are, what would be the impact and their obligation against the payment standard? Mohammad Daneshvar explores...