BCM-News Daily Digest

  • Leichtathletik-Verband: Hacker lesen medizinische Sportlerdaten
    Ein halbes Jahr nach dem Angriff auf die Datenbank der Welt-Anti-Doping-Agentur WADA ist die russische Hackergruppe "Fancy Bears" auch in einen Server des Leichtathletik-Weltverbandes IAAF eingedrungen. Dabei seien am 21. Februar offenbar personenbezogene Daten von Athleten, die medizinische Ausnahmegenehmigungen beantragt hätten, bei einem nicht autorisierten äußeren Zugriff auf das IAAF-Netzwerk ausgelesen worden. Das teilte der Weltverband am Montag in einem Statement mit.
  • 36.6 million data records breached in 33 data breaches in India last year – The Resilience Post
    Nearly 36.6 million data records were compromised in India last year in 33 data breaches – a 14% rise as compared to 2015, a new report said on Monday. According to global digital security firm Gemalto's 'Breach Level Index', identity theft and unauthorised access to financial data were the leading type of data breaches, accounting for 73% of all data theft.
  • BCI updates Business Continuity Glossary
    For many years the Business Continuity Institute has maintained a dictionary of business continuity terms. This has now been revised by merging it with DRJ's Business Continuity Glossary and the glossary from the BCI's Good Practice Guidelines.
  • ISO 22316 organizational resilience standard now available
    ISO's Technical Committee ISO/TC 292 has published its latest security and resilience international standard, ISO 22316:2017, 'Organizational resilience. Principles and attributes'. This short standard, with just ten pages of content, establishes the principles for organizational resilience and identifies the attributes and activities that support an organization in enhancing its resilience.

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