California voters passed Proposition 24, the California Privacy Rights Act, on Nov. 3, which expands upon the recently activated California Consumer Privacy Act specifically when it comes to enforcement and how businesses handle personal data.
Large, recently levied privacy fines against the likes of British Airways, H&M and Marriott show regulators continuing to bring the EU's General Data Protection Regulation to bear after businesses get breached. But in the case of Marriott and BA, were the final fines steep enough?
In 2020, trust is crucial. A huge amount of work goes into building a brand and maintaining loyalty, but when data breaches happen, trust evaporates quickly. Eighty-one percent of consumers have said they would stop doing business with brands online after a breach.
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In today's IT environment, one of the biggest risks to a corporation's valuation is a security breach. Security Vendors make wide claims about the effectiveness of their products - making it almost impossible to identify the right vendor for your security needs.
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Breaches are all too common today as determined cyber criminals have become better organized and more targeted in their attacks. In many cases, a C-level executive loses their job as a result. That doesn't have to be you or your organization.
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Privacy regulators in Germany have slammed clothing retailer H&M with a $41 million fine for collecting and retaining private employee data in violation of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation. H&M has apologized, instituted changes and promised to financially compensate employees.
What's one of the worst things that can happen during a pandemic? The answer is anything that gives people less reason to trust in their public health system to handle the crisis. Enter a data breach that has exposed personal information for everyone who's ever tested positive for the disease in Wales.
The number of individuals affected by the May ransomware attack on cloud-based software vendor Blackbaud continues to soar. And breach reports tied to the incident now total over 170, according to one estimate.
How many different shades of bizarre is the data breach notification issued by software vendor Blackbaud? Over the course of three paragraphs, Blackbaud normalizes hacking, congratulates its amazing cybersecurity team, and says it cares so much for its customers that it paid a ransom to attackers.
Numerous unanswered questions persist concerning a ransomware outbreak at Blackbaud, which provides cloud-based marketing, fundraising and customer relationship management software used by thousands of charities, universities, healthcare organizations and others.
Hackers will always find novel ways to bypass your security protocols, and fighting cybercrime has become less about prevention and more about stemming the bleeding.
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Google "mainframe security breach" and your browser will return some 168,000 entries. The same search for "Linux security breach" and "Windows security breach" yields 1.1 million and 3.05 million entries respectively.
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Britain's privacy watchdog reports it received 19% fewer data breach notifications in the first quarter than in the same period last year. While the decline may be attributed to more organizations better understanding when to report breaches, other countries have seen an increase in breach reports.
European budget airline EasyJet says it suffered a data breach that exposed 9 million customers' personal details. While no passport details were exposed, the company's ongoing investigation has also found that attackers "accessed" a small number - just 2,208 - of customers' payment card details.
Supermarket giant Morrisons is not liable for a data breach caused by a rogue employee, Britain's Supreme Court has ruled, bringing to a close the long-running case - the first in the country to have been filed by data breach victims.