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article thumbnail Wednesday, 31 October 2018

Airlines criticised for data breaches
GDPR rules could result in major fines

Both Cathay Pacific and British Airways are under fire for substantial data breaches

Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific has admitted a further massive data breach of the most sensitive personal data of passengers five months after admitting the loss of sensitive data potentially affecting 9.4 million passengers, including some from its Hong Kong Dragon Airlines division. Read more ...

 
     

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Analysing behaviour with deep learning is key to stopping fraud

Taking an early approach to risk-management
PSD2 (Revised Payment Services Directive) is driving many organisations to completely overhaul their authentication processes, with the requirement of a second authentication method. But verifying a user is only part of the story; crucial to a business’s longevity and bottom line is detecting, isolating and preventing fraud, from before the user profile is created. Article by Antony Bream, Global Head of Enterprise and New Business, AimBrain.
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article thumbnail News - Data securityWednesday, 03 October 2018

Tesco Bank suffers first FCA cyber-crime fine
Reputation damage to group inevitable

Tesco bank has been fined £16.4 million penalty for cyber hacking that occurred two years ago. This is the first cyber fine issued by the FCA in the UK. For Tesco, it is a massive hit for its reputation as a trusted retailer and will have implications for the whole organisation and even its loyalty programme membership. Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data securityWednesday, 08 August 2018

When it’s not worth your company reputation
Lawyers being used to mitigate against calamity
There are few quicker ways to destroy a company than damage to reputation, and the threat can come from just about anywhere.  Read more ...

News - Data securityMonday, 02 April 2018

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•    Privacy Policy for McIntosh Media Ltd and C&M Publications Ltd from May 23, 2018
•    Next review date: May 23, 2019

This privacy policy has been developed to give you peace of mind that your privacy, specifically your 'Personally Identifiable Information' (PII) is being protected by C&M Publications Ltd and McIntosh Media Ltd, two companies that work closely together on the following: The Loyalty Magazine Awards, The Loyalty Surgery, Loyalty Magazine, Card & Payments World, Fraud Watch newsletter and other reports, information services and events that might be produced or held from time to time. This document also relates to the use of individual websites. As described in UK privacy law, this information is defined as that which can be used on its own or with other information to identify, contact, or locate a single person, or to identify an individual in context. Please read our privacy policy carefully to get a clear understanding of how we collect, use, protect or otherwise handle your Personally Identifiable Information.

Website content

Although all reasonable care is taken to ensure that all materials are accurate, no responsibility is accepted by or on behalf of C&M Publications Ltd and McIntosh Media Ltd for any inaccuracies, omissions or misleading statements on pages of our websites. In addition, it excludes liability for any loss or damage howsoever caused from the use of or reliance upon information contained in any of our websites. We welcome your feedback regarding any of the information contained on our websites via publisher@cm-media.net

This website may provide hyperlinks to other websites not covered by the McIntosh Media and the C&M Publications privacy statement. These are provided for convenience only. These websites should have their own privacy policies which you should check. McIntosh Media and the C&M Publications accepts no responsibility for the content of such external websites. Should you have any concerns about any of the sites linked to by our website, we would welcome your feedback at publisher@cm-media.net

What personal information do we collect from the people that use our website and online registration services?


When using our online registration/membership services, as appropriate, you may be asked to enter your name, business email address, business mailing address, business phone number(s) or other details to help with the delivery of our services. No information is collected from those people viewing our headlines or information on... Read more ...

News - Data securityFriday, 19 January 2018

Spectre and Meltdown problems persist
Patches to resolve processor vulnerabilities cause new problems
Read more ...

News - Data securityWednesday, 13 December 2017

Banks forced to reveal more details on security incidents
New rules for customers come into effect from August 2018
Read more ...

News - Data securityWednesday, 01 November 2017

Equifax faces deluge of class action suits
Former CEO blames one employee for breach Read more ...

News - Data securityTuesday, 03 October 2017

Equifax breach worse than suspected
US numbers increased, Canadians downgraded Read more ...

News - Data securityTuesday, 26 September 2017

Equifax CEO steps down
Company initiates search for new boss after massive data breach Read more ...

News - Data securityMonday, 18 September 2017

Equifax security chiefs depart after breach
– Patch failure helped enable intrusion
– UK customer data compromised due to ‘process failure’
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article thumbnail News - Data securityTuesday, 12 September 2017

Analysing the Equifax breach
143 million Americans and 44 million Brits have details stolen
A data security breach is bad news for any company, but when it happened to Equifax, which makes its living by telling customers to use their services to prevent fraud, the fall out was predictable. 
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article thumbnail News - Data securityWednesday, 03 October 2018

Tesco Bank suffers first FCA cyber-crime fine
Reputation damage to group inevitable

Tesco bank has been fined £16.4 million penalty for cyber hacking that occurred two years ago. This is the first cyber fine issued by the FCA in the UK. For Tesco, it is a massive hit for its reputation as a trusted retailer and will have implications for the whole organisation and even its loyalty programme membership. Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data securityWednesday, 08 August 2018

When it’s not worth your company reputation
Lawyers being used to mitigate against calamity
There are few quicker ways to destroy a company than damage to reputation, and the threat can come from just about anywhere.  Read more ...

News - Data securityMonday, 02 April 2018

Privacy Statement

Context and overview details
•    Privacy Policy for McIntosh Media Ltd and C&M Publications Ltd from May 23, 2018
•    Next review date: May 23, 2019

This privacy policy has been developed to give you peace of mind that your privacy, specifically your 'Personally Identifiable Information' (PII) is being protected by C&M Publications Ltd and McIntosh Media Ltd, two companies that work closely together on the following: The Loyalty Magazine Awards, The Loyalty Surgery, Loyalty Magazine, Card & Payments World, Fraud Watch newsletter and other reports, information services and events that might be produced or held from time to time. This document also relates to the use of individual websites. As described in UK privacy law, this information is defined as that which can be used on its own or with other information to identify, contact, or locate a single person, or to identify an individual in context. Please read our privacy policy carefully to get a clear understanding of how we collect, use, protect or otherwise handle your Personally Identifiable Information.

Website content

Although all reasonable care is taken to ensure that all materials are accurate, no responsibility is accepted by or on behalf of C&M Publications Ltd and McIntosh Media Ltd for any inaccuracies, omissions or misleading statements on pages of our websites. In addition, it excludes liability for any loss or damage howsoever caused from the use of or reliance upon information contained in any of our websites. We welcome your feedback regarding any of the information contained on our websites via publisher@cm-media.net

This website may provide hyperlinks to other websites not covered by the McIntosh Media and the C&M Publications privacy statement. These are provided for convenience only. These websites should have their own privacy policies which you should check. McIntosh Media and the C&M Publications accepts no responsibility for the content of such external websites. Should you have any concerns about any of the sites linked to by our website, we would welcome your feedback at publisher@cm-media.net

What personal information do we collect from the people that use our website and online registration services?


When using our online registration/membership services, as appropriate, you may be asked to enter your name, business email address, business mailing address, business phone number(s) or other details to help with the delivery of our services. No information is collected from those people viewing our headlines or information on... Read more ...

News - Data securityFriday, 19 January 2018

Spectre and Meltdown problems persist
Patches to resolve processor vulnerabilities cause new problems
Read more ...

News - Data securityWednesday, 13 December 2017

Banks forced to reveal more details on security incidents
New rules for customers come into effect from August 2018
Read more ...

 
     
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