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Michael DavisonIBM UK Ltd - London

Anyone know where good conduct went or how to get it back?

20 August 2014  |  2391 views  |  0  |  Recommends 1

A question. Why do banking industry headlines remain so very bad when the talk is all of recovery, strengthening investment and employment indicators and an uptick in base rate soon? My acknowledgements to the FCA, Reuters, the Telegraph, Independent, Guardian, The Courier.com and other news organisations, on whose material I draw freely. Here...

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Michael DavisonIBM UK Ltd - London

Are Banks ready to give the fox the key to the henhouse?

11 June 2014  |  2380 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Hello again. Much news, some good, some not so good on the e-crime and cyber security front. Acknowledgements and thanks to the Bank of England, BBC, Independent, Telegraph, Reuters, Bloomberg, CSO, eBay and finextra. In response to the UK Government Financial Policy Committee’s requirement that the financial sector should test and improve its de...

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Michael DavisonIBM UK Ltd - London

What data breaches really cost

16 May 2014  |  2587 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

What hits the headlines might be sobering stuff, but it isn’t the whole story. However, to get the latest horror stories on the table first, let’s take a look at the last month or so. My thanks to B...

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Michael DavisonIBM UK Ltd - London

Security Leaders: made, not born?

14 April 2014  |  1243 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

You may be as sceptical as I of easy recipes for corporate success. Of airy promises, sunny uplands, burnished reputations. Well, here’s a thought. Sometimes, they might just have one or two nugget...

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Michael DavisonIBM UK Ltd - London

Waking Shark II: a curate’s egg?

09 April 2014  |  1219 views  |  0  |  Recommends 1

Waking Shark II: a curate’s egg? The findings from Waking Shark II, published in February, make good reading but continue to raise some big issues, some of which were aired before the Desktop Cyber ...

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Michael DavisonIBM UK Ltd - London

Integrated security: just joining the dots?

06 March 2014  |  1372 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Integrated Security: just joining the dots? Blog v0,2 revised at finextra request The heaviest and most persistent cyber attacks are aimed at the financial services industry. After all, it looks ...

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Michael DavisonIBM UK Ltd - London

Integrated security: just joining the dots?

19 February 2014  |  203 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

The heaviest and most persistent cyber attacks are aimed at the financial services industry. After all, it looks after that most attractive commodity, our money. I discovered recently that IBM de...

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