Oh, the humanity!!
Lion suffered a major cyber attack that forced it to shut down its IT systems, resulting in a disruption to the supplies of beer to suppliers and customers.
Privacy once again dominates the headlines for ubiquitous video conference service.
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From a January 2020 hack user records surface for sale. This article also discusses the role of “data brokers.” An interesting read all around.
UPDATE: The Wishbone database leaks online after a hacker began selling it earlier this week.
Malware, Ransomware, Spyware, Creepware? New York University and Cornell Tech researchers in coordination with NortonLifeLock (NLOK:NASDAQ) unveil a new frontier in cybersecurity & data privacy.
The applications were discovered with a new algorithm called CreepRank, developed by a team of academics.
In the same way hackers look to dupe victims with targeted scenarios, it is reported that hackers used this same approach with the World Health Organization recently.
The messages began arriving in World Health Organization employees’ inboxes in early April, seemingly innocuous emails about the coronavirus from news organizations and researchers.
Companies are finding out that data privacy is not just for customers and further, failures are punishable outside of data privacy regulations.
A UK High Court ruling has found supermarket giant Morrisons liable for the data leak that saw nearly 100,000 of its employees’ sensitive details posted online. Here’s what the first class action of its kind in the UK means for future breaches
Author Zach Edwards does a Mariana Trench worthy deep dive on how easy it is for companies to mishandle customer information. “How it’s always been done” is the current Data Privacy standard. GDPR and other regulations are starting to redefine this standard of care and is a theme with some of the strongest tailwinds out there.
Breaches have been found on websites including Wish.com, JetBlue.com, Quibi.com, WashingtonPost.com, NGPVan.com and numerous other…
While the economy may be shut down opportunities for hackers are still very much in play which in our view confirms the “essential-ness” of cyber security!
In the middle of a pandemic, insurance companies are likely targets for cyberattackers …
Another example of how Data Privacy legislation can clarify companies’ responsibilities regarding customer data, and in our view another reminder of the tailwinds behind our cybersecurity & data privacy investment theme and index.
A judge in United States District Court in Illinois has ruled on motions to dismiss a class-action lawsuit against a major Iowa-based supermarket chain, handing victories to both sides, according to new court documents.