- Canadian prosecutors say case against Huawei CFO is about fraud, not sanctionsMeng's legal team argued in November that the Huawei chief financial officer could not be extradited to the United States because her alleged conduct was not illegal in Canada. Canada did not have sanctions against Iran at the time Canadian officials authorized commencing with the extradition, her lawyers said. Meng, 47, was arrested at the…
- Former Barclays banker ordered out of bed after 2008 heart attack to help save bankLONDON, Jan 9- A senior former Barclays banker told a London fraud trial on Thursday that he was ordered out of bed after a heart attack to help save the lender at the height of the credit crisis. But prosecutors for the UK Serious Fraud Office allege the three men lied to the market and…
- REFILE-UPDATE 3-Tesco suspends Chinese supplier after suspected prisoner messageTesco, Britain's biggest retailer, donates 300,000 pounds a year from the sale of the cards to the charities British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK and Diabetes UK. "Use the link to contact Mr Peter Humphrey." Peter Humphrey is a British former journalist and corporate fraud investigator.
- UPDATE 2-Tesco suspends Chinese supplier after prisoner labor reportTesco, Britain's biggest retailer, donates 300,000 pounds a year from the sale of the cards to the charities British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK and Diabetes UK. "Use the link to contact Mr Peter Humphrey." Peter Humphrey is a British former journalist and corporate fraud investigator.
- UPDATE 3-Canada's SNC-Lavalin settles Libya bribery case that shook Trudeau governmentMONTREAL/ OTTAWA Dec 18- A division of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc pleaded guilty to fraud and will pay a C $280 million fine, the company said on Wednesday, in a case related to projects in Libya that engulfed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government in crisis. SNC-Lavalin Construction pleaded guilty to one fraud charge. Federal prosecutor…
- UPDATE 2-Canada's SNC-Lavalin unit pleads guilty to fraud charge in Libya caseMONTREAL, Dec 18- A division of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc pleaded guilty to one fraud charge and will pay a C $280 million fine related to projects in Libya, the company said on Wednesday, in a case that engulfed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government in crisis. As part of the settlement, all charges against SNC-Lavalin…
- Insurance digitalization spawns increase in identity fraud, report finds newCombining security strategies could reduce the risk of fraud, which has only risen since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. A new report suggests steps insurance carriers can take to ensure their security plan works to combat identity fraud.
- Ellen K. Tannor joins OSAC as Executive Director newEllen K. Tannor has been named Executive Director at the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC).
- CISA releases de-escalation training series for critical infrastructure operators newThe Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency created a new de-escalation series to help critical infrastructure owners and operators recognize, assess, de-escalate and report behaviors that raise concern.
- 5 minutes with David Bradbury - Hiring globally to prevent security burnout newIncreasing workloads and attacks on organizations are a major source of burnout among security professionals. David Bradbury, Chief Security Officer at Okta, explains how hiring globally can help reduce the burden on security employees that are already overworked.
- Creating a culture of security for social butterflies newEnsure your employees understand the security risks of social media, provide awareness training and implement best practice policies for smarter socializing.
- Hacking burnout: Addressing stress among security professionals newAll too often, people feel they need to push their personal limits at work, at the expense of their mental, physical and emotional health. How can leadership combat burnout across security teams by prioritizing an employee's well-being?
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