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IT security firm warns over new ‘complex cyber-espionage malware’ discovery

An advanced piece of malware, known as ‘Regin’, has been used in systematic spying campaigns against a range of international targets including government agencies and businesses since at least 2008, according to IT security firm Symantec. 25 Nov 2014

Major payments bodies object to new internet payment security guidelines before PSD2 reforms

Payments industry bodies from across Europe have raised objections with the European Banking Authority's (EBA) plans to finalise new internet payment security guidelines before new EU legislation on payment security is brought into force. 21 Nov 2014

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