In the first few months of 2015, a number of states have introduced data breach notification bills and proposed legislative amendments designed to enhance consumer protection in response to increasingly high profile data breaches reported in the media.
Many data breaches have been in the news lately across many industries, such as.
Does your company rely on the US-EU Safe Harbor Framework in order to transfer personal consumer data about EU residents outside of Europe?
Our guest for Episode 62 is is Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder and CTO of CrowdStrike Inc. and former Vice President of Threat Research at McAfee.
As the energy system evolves from a macro-utility-centric model to a distributed energy smart grid, a new concern has arisen quite separate from the more publicized battles over net metering and utility mandates—cyber security.
In the largest ever data security enforcement action taken by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), AT&T agreed to pay $25 million to resolve an investigation into consumer privacy violations at its call centers in Mexico, Colombia, and the Philippines.
As discussed in an earlier post, shortly after the United States Postal Service reported a data breach potentially affecting hundreds of thousands of employees, the American Postal Workers Union filed an unfair labor practice with the National Labor Relations Board alleging the Postal Service should have bargained with the union over the impact and response to the security breach.
Dell released a report which reinforced what we all know that cybercrimes “are alive and well on the global stage and will continue to be pervasive as long as organizations delay taking the necessary defense measures to stop threats from slipping through the cracks.”
Spring has finally arrived on the East Coast, and not a moment too soon.