New York is the next state following California to develop its own New York Privacy Act which even though largely similar to CCPA, will still include notable exceptions that companies should be cautious of.
All U.S. government agencies are expected to create annual action plans in 2019-2020 to support the new Federal Data Strategy. What are the possible privacy and security implications?
Recent 2019 ISACA annual report shows key interesting cyber security trends which includes underreporting of cyber crimes and internal employees being the third-greatest security threat.
Data breach of U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency’s subcontractor has exposed around 100,000 travelers’ images which further highlight the importance of vendor security compliance.
Polymorphic phishing attacks are highly effective as they use randomization of email components which are hard to be detected by signature-based email security tools.
40% of Dark Net vendors are selling targeted hacking services designed for Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies, from stolen credentials to custom malware to infiltrate bank ATMs.
Tech companies and civic organizations signed an open letter to stop GCHQ proposal to insert government or law enforcement officials into encrypted chats.
Newly leaked internal document suggests that Facebook data sharing program with U.S. top mobile carriers may be highly extensive and intrusive.
A new draft China cybersecurity law could restrict certain U.S. companies from doing business in the country which clearly represent a tit-for-tat in the escalating trade and cyber war between U.S. and China.
Third party data breach struck Quest Diagnostics’ billing vendor which exposed patients’ sensitive information including social security numbers and medical information.