Campbell Conroy & O’Neil, a Boston-based law firm that serves Fortune 500 firms, including Apple and Pfizer, is continuing its investigation of a ransomware attack in February that resulted in unauthorized access to certain data about its clients.
A leak of 50,000 telephone numbers and email addresses led to the "Pegasus Project," a global media consortium's research effort that discovered how Pegasus spyware developed by NSO Group is being used in the wild.
Cyberattackers used spyware from the Israeli firm Candiru to target at least 100 human rights defenders, dissidents, journalists and others across 10 countries, according to researchers at the University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab, which tracks illegal hacking and surveillance.
A cybercrime forum seller advertised "a full dump of the popular DDoS-Guard online service" for sale, but the distributed denial-of-service defense provider, which has a history of defending notorious sites, has dismissed any claim it's been breached. What's the potential risk to its users?
In a new executive order, President Biden asks the FTC to establish new rules governing how tech firms can collect and use data from their customers as a way to offer more privacy protections for U.S. consumers. The order also looks to push the Justice Department to step up its antitrust enforcement.
Some 700 million records of LinkedIn users have reportedly been offered for sale on a hacker forum. The social media platform, and several security experts, say that the offering stems from the "scraping" of records from websites and not a data breach.
Scripps Health this week began notifying more than 147,000 individuals that their financial and health information was contained in documents stolen by attackers who deployed ransomware on the healthcare organization's network in May.
Internet of things security professionals are expressing concern over Amazon's new Sidewalk - a low-bandwidth network program that will allow some of the company's connected and IoT devices to share Wi-Fi access even outside an owner's home.
Where were you on May 25, 2018? That was the day the EU's General Data Protection Regulation went into full effect. Three years later, some legal and privacy experts say that while the global privacy discussion and expectations have evolved, GDPR still has some growing up to do.
As a global CISO and privacy officer, Rebecca Wynn has earned her stripes. And she's upfront with her expectations: She will take your security organization to the next level. But she also won't hesitate to walk away if she sees that cybersecurity commitment is nothing but talk.
The COVID-19 pandemic created unique conditions for technology and surveillance practices to erode global privacy. In this discussion of their RSA Conference keynote, Niloo Howe and David Cole share their research, case studies and analysis.
From identity and access management to cloud migration and connected devices, retired RSA CEO Art Coviello looks beyond the pandemic and says, "It's going to be a Roaring '20s for technology." But he also foresees a potentially calamitous decade for security.
As CISO of Johnson & Johnson, Marene Allison was used to gauging her security posture by the top threat activity: nation-state, cybercrime, insider or hacktivist. But in 2020, they all struck at once. Here is one CISO's take on the state of the industry.
After a year of pandemic resilience and digital transformation, what is the state of global privacy? Ruby Zefo, Uber's chief privacy officer, weighs in on the evolution of privacy, new and emerging legislation and advice for those just starting their privacy careers.