Midweek Roundup: US Lawmakers Renew Iran Sanctions, Tesco Bank Ignored Vulnerabilities to Online Attacks, and More

U.S. House lawmakers voted 419-1 in favor of extending the Iran Sanctions Act by 10 years and adopted by voice vote a measure that would impose sanctions on anyone who provides Syria's government with financial, material or technological support, the Washington Post reported. More The European Union imposed further sanctions on Syria by placing travel bans and asset freezes on Central Bank Governor Duraid Durgham, Finance Minister Maamoun Hamdan and 16 others in response to the government's continued attacks on civilians. More Tesco Bank ignored warnings of vulnerabilities in its mobile application that enabled account data to be distributed on...