By Sam McKeith  SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australian government on Sunday described as "serious and ongoing" a cybersecurity incident that forced ports operator DP World Australia to suspend operations at ports in several states since Friday. DP World Australia, which manages nearly

By Paritosh Bansal, Lananh Nguyen and Davide Barbuscia NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) injected capital into its U.S. unit to help pay BNY Mellon $9 billion for unsettled trades and hired a cybersecurity firm to

By Yuvraj Malik (Reuters) - Okta on Friday disclosed a breach of its customer support system that allowed some hackers to view files uploaded by certain clients, pushing the software company's shares down about 12%. "Okta security has identified adversarial activity that

By Carolyn Cohn LONDON (Reuters) - A major cyber attack on a financial services payments system could lead to global losses of $3.5 trillion, with much of it not covered by insurance, commercial insurance market Lloyd's of London said on Wednesday. The

By Huw JonesEditing LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's financial watchdog said on Friday it had fined consumer credit rater Equifax Ltd 11 million pounds ($13.4 million) for its role in "one of the largest" cyber-security breaches in history. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

Any type of device or user trying to access any corporate resource, even a known one, is potentially dangerous. This assumption is the basis for Zero Trust, a network security model favoured by companies to defend their data against cyberattacks

By Savyata Mishra and Zeba Siddiqui  (Reuters) - Clorox, a U.S. maker of cleaning products, said on Wednesday it expects to post a first-quarter loss after a cyberattack in August caused product outages and disrupted supplies and operations. "The company expects to

By Gokul Pisharody (Reuters) - Microsoft said on Friday that the outages that affected certain services of the company through some of the earlier days of this month were the result of cyberattacks, but said it saw no evidence of any

As information and communication technologies create a world of ever-increasing complexity in interconnected systems and devices, the public debate on cybersecurity and privacy issues is constantly at the fore, highlighting the need to strengthen the protection and resilience of these