The DoD said recently it was "investigating the use of commercial solutions for labeling and controlling access to sensitive information."
Federal agents apprehended a former Apple employee last week suspected of stealing intellectual property, including engineering schematics on the company's secret self-driving car technology.
Sinovel, a Chinese turbine manufacturer behind one of the decade's classic insider threat cases, was ordered to pay $1.5M by a federal judge last week for the theft of trade secrets.
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The sporting goods company Adidas said late last week its US e-commerce site fell victim to a data security incident, spilling user emails, encrypted passwords and usernames.
California passed a sweeping data privacy bill on Thursday believed to be the strictest in the nation. The law will give consumers the ability to ask what data companies have on them and to sue over data breaches.
A massive marketing firm data leak, a new data privacy bill in California, and more. Catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
Credit bureaus that operate in New York will have to fall in line with NYDFS's rigid cybersecurity rules by November in order to avoid stiff penalties and heavy fines.
An employee at Chicago Public Schools accidentally emailed sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) belonging to students to thousands of families earlier this month.
Stealing data from laptop batteries, Android's new anti-spoofing feature, and how something like GDPR could hit the U.S. soon -- catch up on the week's new with this roundup!
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