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Datonomy will be taking a short break over the upcoming UK bank holiday, so here is this week's round up of legal and regulatory developments and other news on cybersecurity from the Datonomy blogging team at Olswang LLP, a little sooner than usual. UK policy and regulatory developments
  • CERT-UK has published its first annual report detailing the major pieces of malware that have operated in the UK over the last year (spread by criminal groups and nation states), a sector breakdown, a review of the Cyber Europe 2014 programme and the Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership (CiSP), in addition to six predictions for 2015/2016, that include:
    • The supply chain will be hit hard (following supply chain weaknesses exploited in the attacks on US companies JP Morgan, Target and Home Depot, the threat is expected to cross the Atlantic this year) ;
    • Mobile devices will be a single point of failure for business and … Continue Reading ››
The latest round up of legal and regulatory developments and other news on cybersecurity from the Datonomy blogging team at Olswang LLP. UK policy and regulatory developments
  • According to SC Magazine, the Bank of England has approved its first commercial provider of CBEST threat intelligence and penetration testing (read more from Datonomy about the financial sector CBEST programme here).  The company now approved to assess financial sector companies’ preparedness for a cyber attack is BAE Systems.
EU policy and regulatory developments
  • Network and Information Security Directive (NISD):  as we reported in last week’s update, the next trilogue meeting on the draft Directive was reportedly taking place on 30 April.  As yet we have been unable to find any progress reports in the public domain, other than a headline on the EU Issues Tracker Service (subscription required) indicating that the Council’s permanent representatives are due to receive a debrief today, 5 May, indicating … Continue Reading ››