Scientific Trade Secrets, Medical Research Focus of Latest IP Theft Case

Researchers at this children's hospital purportedly stole trade secrets, then used them to start and market their own Chinese biotechnology firm.

Final Round of CCPA Amendments Outlined, Sent for Approval

Five amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act were sent to governor of California’s desk on Friday as the most stringent law on consumer privacy continues to take form.

New Principles for Maintaining Health Information Privacy Outlined

There's a fresh new slate of industry privacy guidelines for companies that handle health and wellness data to follow.

Friday Five: 9/13 Edition

Hackers hit a U.S. power utility, a new audit on whether schools are monitoring employee access to student data, and more - catch up on the week's news with the Friday Five!

Education, Awareness at the Center of U.S.' First Insider Threat Month

Federal agencies are spreading awareness around the threats insiders can pose to both governments and companies this month.

281 Arrests Made Worldwide in Massive BEC Scam Disruption

The suspects, arrested worldwide, allegedly stole more than 250,000 identities, filed more than 10,000 fake tax returns, and tried to receive more than $91 million in refunds.

Solid State Drive Trade Secrets Behind Latest Huawei Case

Prosecutors in the U.S. are pursuing criminal charges against a Chinese professor after he purportedly took trade secrets to benefit Huawei. The case is yet another instance of the Department of Justice taking its investigation around Huawei, not to mention the theft of trade secrets, seriously.

Millions of Exim Servers Vulnerable to Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

A critical vulnerability in Exim, by far the world's most popular email server, was disclosed on Friday.

Friday Five: 9/6 Edition

iPhone hacking levels up, military veterans targeted in an identity fraud scam, and more - catch up on the week's biggest stories with the Friday Five!

DoD To Launch New IP Policy Group

The team will be tasked with better protecting U.S. IP from data theft; it will also issue and oversee new policies around data rights and how military IP is allocated in the DoD's contracting and acquisition stages.