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Employees aware of privacy risks, but unsure of how they affect the workplace

62 percent of employees are unsure if their organization has to comply with the recently-enacted CCPA, which gives California residents enhanced consumer data privacy rights, according to a survey of more


How to Break Down Administration Silos for Cybersecurity

Think the responsibility for data security and privacy rests only with IT staff? Think again. What is your district’s cybersecurity plan? What happens when there is a data breach? Click

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5 Steps To Secure Your Customer Data

More than any other issue, customers are concerned about their privacy. Recent laws like GDPR and the CCPA indicate that consumers want to be in control of their data because

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NIST Releases Second Draft of Recommendations for IoT Device Manufacturers

NIST has released the second public draft of NISTIR 8259, “Recommendations for IoT Device Manufacturers: Foundational Activities and Core Device Cybersecurity Capability Baseline.”An incredible variety and volume of Internet of Things (IoT)

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CyberScout Shares Top Cybersecurity Predictions for 2020

As 2019 comes to an end, cybersecurity experts are preparing for a new year—and a new decade—and all the cyber scams, breaches, attacks and privacy concerns that threaten consumers and


Health IT Security Market Projected to be Resilient During 2025

Health IT security is needed by organizations to combat cybercrime and ransomware that hospitals and healthcare organizations are susceptible to. The complex infrastructure and the range of devices used by


Web Cache Deception attacks still impact websites with ‘substantial user populations’

Two years after first being disclosed, web cache deception attacks impact 25 of today’s most popular websites. Almost two years after first being documented, Web Cache Deception attacks are still


How to test employee cyber competence through pen-testing

Social engineering hacking preys on the vulnerabilities inherent in human psychology, so it’s vital for organizations to test employee cyber competence. Click here to view original webpage at www.helpnetsecurity.com

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Healthcare Provider Agrees to Cough Up $6M to Settle Data Breach Lawsuit

American healthcare provider Banner Health has agreed to pay the alleged victims of a 2016 data breach $6 million. Banner Health operates 28 hospitals and specialized facilities across six states, providing jobs

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NSW Ambulance expected to settle data breach class action

A settlement is expected to be reached in a class action brought against the NSW Ambulance Service relating to sensitive health and personal information that was illegally sold by a