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By Rocky Swift TOKYO (Reuters) - Google has set up a cybersecurity base in Tokyo, its first in the Asia-Pacific region, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Thursday. Computer engineers from companies throughout the region will be invited to the base to study

By Laura Matthews and Manya Saini (Reuters) - Fintech firm EquiLend said on Friday some services, including trading and post-trading solutions, had been restored, more than a week after it suffered an outage due to unauthorized access to its systems. EquiLend, a

Tech professions 2024: Instability is at the heart of tech, with innovations constantly changing the interplay of roles and skills. The past two years have been particularly volatile, with rising interest rates, funding drying up, and the beginning of mass layoffs.

By Chandni Shah (Reuters) - The Cyberspace Administration of China is conducting a cybersecurity review of online retailer Shein's data handling and sharing practices, the Wall Street Journal reported. China's internet regulator is looking at how Shein handles information on its

By Yamini Kalia  (Reuters) - Canada's BlackBerry reported a surprise quarterly profit on Wednesday, backed by a resilient demand for cybersecurity services amid rising online threats. While IT spending has dwindled over the past year, cybersecurity-related expenditure has remained stable as businesses

Black Hat, the cybersecurity industry’s most established and in-depth security event series, today announced the successful completion of the in-person component of Black Hat Europe 2023. The event welcomed more than 3,600 unique attendees joining in-person from December 4 to December 7

By Tim Hepher and Mathieu Rosemain PARIS (Reuters) - Airbus is in talks with Atos to buy its cybersecurity division BDS, a person familiar with the matter said, rekindling interest in one of France's prized security assets after opposition from the

In today's hyper-connected world, smartphones have become our most beloved companions, integrating into every aspect of our lives. However, with this convenience comes a concern – the ongoing threat of surveillance. Have you ever thought that you are being watched

By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union is considering broadening the scope of proposed cybersecurity labelling rules that would affect not just Amazon, Alphabet's Google and Microsoft but also banks and airlines, according to the latest draft of

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