Data Breach at Health Insurer May Have Begun Nine Years Ago

A data breach at this company may have started as early as nine years ago, in the summer of 2010.

Preventing Tax Professional Data Theft Continues to Be a Challenge

A committee whose job is to oversee tax administration issues for the IRS says limitations at the agency are fostering cybersecurity risks.

Friday Five: 6/21 Edition

A $600,000 ransom is paid, a phishing attack yields more victims than expected, and a trio of university data breaches - catch up on the week's news with this roundup!

Firefox Users Urged to Patch Zero Day Following Attack

The zero day - which was actually two zero days chained together - was used in attacks against a popular cryptocurrency exchange on Monday.

Medical Debt Collector Poised to Shutter Following 2018 Breach

A data breach and mounting cybersecurity consulting costs, legal requirements, and regulatory obligations, proved too much for this company to come back from.

New Guide Addresses Software Security in SDLC Models

A new white paper, published by NIST, recommends a core set of high level secure software development practices that can be added to SDLC implementation.

Nevada Beats California With New Privacy Law

Nevada's new law, which will require website operators to honor opt-out procedures, goes into effect on October 1, three months before the CCPA's compliance deadline, January 1, 2010.

Friday Five: 6/14 Edition

A food bank hit by ransomware, advice on cybersecurity training, and a university data breach - catch up on the week's news with this recap!

New IoT Security Bill Passes Another Hurdle

A bill to help strengthen the Wild West of the Internet world - the internet of things (IoT) - advanced this week.

Tracking The Latest Amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act

As we inch towards 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act's (CCPA) go-live date, California legislators continue to refine and amend the law.