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Cybersecurity breaches, attacks, data and customer privacy issues involving compliance regulations like HIPAA, PCI, Sarbanes-Oxley and more.

United Kingdom Boosts Online Privacy Requirements

United Kingdom introduces new standards that online services must meet in order to protect children’s privacy.

Senate Bill Limits Corporate Use of Facial Recognition

The National Biometric Information Privacy Act of 2020 would require companies to obtain individuals’ consent before collecting biometric data.

M&A Due Diligence and Cybersecurity: Bugcrowd Bundle Assists the Process

Bugcrowd releases due diligence suite to help companies assess cybersecurity vulnerabilities that could influence mergers and acquisitions (M&A).

Texas AG Investigates Facebook’s Use of Biometric Identifiers

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is investigating Facebook for alleged violations involving the collection, retention and disclosure of biometric data.

New York DFS Files Cybersecurity Charges Against First American Title

Landmark legal case tests cybersecurity regulations, penalties & enforcement: New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) vs. First American Title Insurance Company.

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA): What You Need to Know

Eight steps organizations should take before CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) enforcement begins, according to Optiv Security.

Coronavirus Geolocation Tracking: Will U.S. Consumer Privacy Law Emerge?

Legislators & privacy advocates urge Congress to enact national consumer privacy law as coronavirus geolocation surveillance escalates.

Government Tracks Mobile Location on Millions in Coronavirus Pandemic

How the United States is gathering, aggregating & analyzing mobile location data to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Will privacy issues emerge?

Work From Home: 10 NIST Cybersecurity Recommendations

As the coronavirus pandemic triggers Work From Home boom, here are 10 NIST recommendations to secure telework and remote access solutions.

Justice Department Retools in Encryption Fight vs Apple, Facebook

The Justice Department now believes it is better armed to force companies, particularly Apple and Facebook, to unlock devices & encrypted messaging apps to law enforcement.