On August 21, 2015, the 11th Circuit upheld the dismissal of a class action against DCI Biologicals, Inc. (DCI) for its alleged violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
Following the IRS’ admission that its data breach was actually larger than it originally reported and caused fraudulent tax returns to be filed affecting over 330,000 taxpayers, the IRS was sued this week in a proposed class action for failing to prevent the data breach.
Yesterday, the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence issued its NIST Cybersecurity Practice Guide, Draft Special Publication 1800-2 [insert link here] “Identity and Access Management for Electric Utilities.”
With hackers on the loose, and wire transfers as a place for them to gain unauthorized access to bank accounts, it is no wonder that when it comes to potentially intercepted wires, customers and banks are playing hot potato with who to blame.
While the winter holidays are a time for spending and good cheer, the 2013 holiday season was one that continues to be costly for Target.
If you are a financial advisor, would you store your clients’ confidential financial and tax details in the cloud?
By some estimates, there were more than 2 wireless networked devices for every person on the planet in 2014. The multiplier is expected to reach 5 by the year 2020.
The FBI’s latest weapon in locating electronic evidence is not a computer program, it’s a dog. The FBI is using data-sniffing dogs in raids to cut down on the time it takes agents to locate small hidden data storage devices.
On August 12, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) published a Request for Information (RFI) to help develop the next generation of technical encryption standards used by the U.S. Government and federal contractors to protect sensitive information.