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Category Archives: Financial Services Law

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 3.0 Encryption Declared “No Longer Acceptable” to Protect Data

On Friday, February 13, 2015, the Payment Cards Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council (Council) posted a bulletin to its website, becoming the first regulatory body to publicly pronounce that Secure Socket Layers (SSL) version 3.0 (and by inference, any earlier version) is “no longer… acceptable for protection of data due to inherent weaknesses within the protocol” …

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U.S. Developers Flock to Tel Aviv Financial Markets

The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange has turned into a destination for large and medium sized U.S. real estate developers to access Israeli capital. Israeli institutions are hungry for the diversification opportunities and relatively higher interest rates offered by American developers of good reputation. For the developers, Israel presents a good rate arbitrage opportunity, as the …

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