Blockchain News: Leading cryptocurrency exchange Binance has assisted US law enforcement in seizing $4.4 million and freezing accounts associated with North Korean organized crime.
Yahoo Finance: Palo Alto Networks Inc. raised its annual forecasts for revenue and adjusted profit as enterprise customers shift to one-stop shops for their cybersecurity needs in a bid to reduce costs.
US News: Top U.S. cybersecurity companies are expected to report another quarter of strong growth as high-profile hacks and a shift in client preference for bigger players with better integrated offerings help support their businesses in a turbulent economy.
Yahoo Finance: The rise in cyberattacks is bad news for business—but it has been good news for Huntress, a company that helps small and medium-sized businesses protect themselves against cyberattacks, and just raised its biggest round ever.
BeinCrypto: Over the past few years, the SEC has tightened its regulatory oversight of cryptocurrency private funds. Admittedly, the SEC is responsible for regulating securities and investments in the United States.
Dark Reading: The FBI is requesting more than $63 million in new funding to fight cyber threats in 2024. On April 27, FBI Director Christopher Wray presented before the House Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science.
The Economic Times: The United States is sending more of its cyber forces abroad to help foreign governments fight hackers, a top US military official said at the RSA cybersecurity conference in San Francisco.
Spiceworks: Last month, the Securities and Exchange Commission proposed sweeping cybersecurity regulations aimed at the finance sector to minimize cybersecurity risk, define incident response and public disclosure protocols, and more.
Financial Post: Today, CDW Canada, a leading provider of technology solutions and services for Canadian organizations, published findings from its 2023 Penetration Testing Survey to coincide with CDW’s annual National Penetration Testing Day. The research found that more than one-in-three (36 percent) Canadian organizations experienced a security breach in the past year.
Tech Crunch: The U.S. and China chip battle continues to escalate. In China, the country’s cybersecurity watchdog has initiated a probe into U.S. memory chip maker Micron Technology, according to a statement from the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) released.