During the past few weeks, Cyprus has fallen victim to a series of ransomware attacks with incidents involving universities such as the University of Cyprus and Open University and the government’s Department of Land Registry and Surveying.
In the recent CIRCULAR NO: C512, the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) recognises that cyber-attacks are becoming more common and probable in recent years. This is the result of an increased appetite for investments in virtual products, a hike in the number of digitalized processes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the growing reliance on group.
Amidst the geopolitical heightened tensions these days, there is an increased number of cyberattacks against public and private organizations. Due to the connected and highly complex technology environment, with dependencies on supply chains, it has become increasingly challenging to completely prevent incidents that may disrupt business operations.
Quadprime celebrates Valentines Day Romance scam is another technique used to gain trust of the victims to disclose personal information, accounts credentials or even money. Europol infographic lists a few important tips to avoid romance scams, especially these days. #happyvalentinesday
Webinar: “Meeting The FCA’s New Operational Resilience Requirements”
Pantelis Angelides, Quadprime’s CEO, will be a keynote speaker at the upcoming webinar “Meeting the FCA’s New Operational Resilience Requirements” organised by Complyport on Thursday, 10 February 2022. During this webinar, Pantelis will provide important insights on effective implementation of the main aspects of the Operational Resilience policy as well as some practical examples on impact analysis.