Does Your SaaS Provider Publish Customer Lists?
A few weeks back, HR and financial management firm sent a security advisory to customers warning that crooks were sending targeted malware phishing attacks at customers. At the same time, Workday is publishing on its site a list of more than 800 companies that use its services, making it relatively simple for attackers to… (0 comment)

Two of the Big Four Accounting Firms Join the Hyperledger Project
Deloitte and Ernst & Young are among the latest members of the blockchain collaboration along with China’s CITIC. Hyperledger, a collaboration creating an open source blockchain framework, announced that eight new members have joined the project. These are: Alphapoint, Change Healthcare, CITIC, Clause Inc, Deloitte, Ernst & Young LLP, FZG360 Network Co. Ltd and Schroder… (0 comment)

News, Deadlines And Keeping Up With The Big Boys!
It’s been one heckuva two weeks here at the Practice Builder Publishing World Headquarters Annex. Technology has had its ups and downs, which were mostly downs, family has had its demands, which were just that, demanding, and community relations have or are about to, hit an all time low. Yes, the technology thing has been… (0 comment)

RBS links up with Irish blockchain payments project
Royal Bank of Scotland is to collaborate with Deloitte and a group of Irish banks to explore the use of blockchain technology in an effort to improve payments systems. The state-backed lender said its Ulster Bank arm is leading the industry initiative, dubbed Project GreenPay, which will use RBS’s Emerald platform. Blockchain, a digital system… (0 comment)

About Those Big Profits In Ransomeware
Global ‘Wana’ Ransomware Outbreak Earned Perpetrators $26,000 So Far As thousands of organizations work to contain and clean up the mess from this week’s devastating Wana ransomware attack, the fraudsters responsible for releasing the digital contagion are no doubt counting their earnings and congratulating themselves on a job well done. But according to a review… (0 comment)

U.S. Accuses UnitedHealth Of Medicare Advantage Fraud
The U.S. Justice Department has accused UnitedHealth Group Inc of obtaining inflated payments from the government based on inaccurate information about the health status of patients enrolled in its largest Medicare Advantage Plan. The complaint, filed in federal court in Los Angeles on Monday, came after the Justice Department earlier this year intervened in two… (0 comment)