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Digital currencies, as in so-called cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, may represent the future of our monetary system, but so far, they've been terrib.....Read More
California authorities have indicted New York citizen on 21 felony charges of cryptocurrency hacks, including the theft of $1 million in virtual coins. The defe.....Read More
The use by banks of biometrics (fingerprint identification) to verify account holders has brought greater security to minimise identity theft and impersonation,.....Read More
Technology disasters at banks and finance firms have more than doubled amid an unprecedented wave of cybercrime, the City watchdog has warned.
A giant ad-fraud campaign that resulted in losses of tens of millions of dollars to companies has been taken down. According to a report by Google and cybersecu.....Read More
Swiss-based Sirin Labs plans to ship its first blockchain-enabled smartphone on Thursday; the device will give users a secure method to access cryptocurrency ex.....Read More