Category Archives: Cyber Security

Call for papers- 2019 International Conference on the global regulations for money movement and anti-money laundering

We are sponsoring the 2019 International Conference on the global regulations for money movement and anti-money laundering in Oman to be held from June 17th to 19th in the capital city Muscat. Drawing on the success of our 2018 Virtual Conference on AML, broadcast online to delegates from the UAE, we are holding the 2nd Conference at...
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Lloyd’s CEO: Cyber attacks cost companies $400 billion every year

"Last year, the insurance industry took in $2.5 billion in premiums on policies to protect companies from losses resulting from hacks.

Lloyd’s, the British insurance company, is known for specializing in obscure risks. When civilians finally push off into space, they will likely be insured, along with the aircraft they travel in, by Lloyd’s. But one initially...
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Graduation Pictures Spring 2015

  • Campus 01
  • Campus 02
  • Campus 03
  • Campus Library
  • Gorgasali University Tbilisi
  • Graduation Student 01
  • Graduation Student 03
  • IT-Classroom
  • KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA
  • Seminar 04
  • UNIES Restaurant

ABS London

Congratulations to those graduating in 2015!

Our warmest congratulations to all the students graduating in 2015. The ceremony was held at our partner university, University Institute for International and European Studies,  Tbilisi Teaching University Gorgasali.

Good luck with your future careers from the team at Apsley Business School, London.

MRI scans show brains “switch off” after numerous security warnings

[mp_row] [mp_span col="12"] Arstechnica is carrying an interesting article about how habituation leads to attention drops when processing security warnings (for example SSL warnings). It is an important reminder of the fact that users need to have regular security awareness training to help them understand warnings and what to do about them and that IT teams...
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BMW fixes security flaw that should not have been there

The BBC reports that BMW have fixed a flaw with their ConnectedDrive software found in approximately 2.2 million cars. The software was transmitting data unencrypted over cellular networks and not performing any verification checks on the servers it was communicating with leading to the possibility of unauthorised persons accessing and controlling certain car functions. As...
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