Data dump containing 269 GB of police files from hundreds of U.S. law enforcement agencies and the FBI is found to be tied to a breach at a shared third-party vendor.
98% of top 1,000 U.S. websites were reported to be inadequately secured against client-side attacks which raise significant alarm bells about the current state of modern web architecture.
“Many Americans are lost” when it comes to dealing with data breaches. According to a new survey by Lexington Law, many do not even check whether or not they are victims.
The development of smart apartments in U.S. has led to more IoT devices and data, providers need to know what it takes to stay compliant to data protection laws like CCPA.
Businesses dealing with the U.S. Department of Defense are required to achieve CMCC compliance. What are the challenges faced by the vendors in acquiring the accreditation?
Facial recognition firm Clearview AI is facing a new lawsuit for violating Illinois state privacy laws for trawling public sources to vacuum up pictures of millions of people without consent.
A budding bipartisan movement toward establishing a federal data privacy bill began to take shape about two years ago appears to be moving forward, as legislation that was shelved in 2019 has been taken up again.
Medical companies affected by AMCA healthcare data breach have begun alerting investors and shareholders which may cause them to lose tens of millions of dollars in stock market valuation.
The days of federal privacy laws coming to Silicon Valley may happen sooner than you think. In a much-publicized keynote speech given at the 40th ICDPPC in Brussels, Apple CEO Tim Cook gave his full-throated support for laws that would be at least as stringent as the EU GDPR.
A new bill on consumer privacy proposed in Maryland gives residents the right to opt out of certain types of personal data transfers to third parties.